Sociocracy For ALL Experience Levels

Find your Favorite Way to Learn!

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For a description on the levels, see below.

Study group curriculum: Empowered Learning Circles
6 sessions of 1.5 hours each - all prepared with training videos, handouts, and additional resources. Free/by donation, with optional
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Nonviolent communication
Smoother communication: be heard better and understand where others are coming from. Online class for individuals, 3 x 2 hours.
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Personalized coaching
Individual coaching packages
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Sociocracy Leadership Training (SoLT)
Immersion training for intermediate learners
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In-house online classes (general/facilitation)
Book a series of 3 calls training your organization (up to 12 people) in meeting facilitation or as a general
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Level 2 class: Organizational structure
Three 2-hour sessions on organizational structure
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Level 2: Meeting Facilitation
Improving meetings with sociocratic meeting facilitation
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Introduction webinars
Upcoming workshops for different audiences (coops, workplaces, non-profits, communities).
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Interactive learning video (MOOSE)
3 modules of ca. 15min, interactive videos for beginners
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Host a workshop!
SoFA staff travels a lot for in-person workshops. We also are connected to many potential trainers all over the world.
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Sociocracy Academy
1-year program with advanced online classes, mentoring and practice groups.
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What’s the right level?

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Novice

  • Little knowledge about sociocracy
  • No practical experience
  • Seeking understanding of what sociocracy is.
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Intermediate

    • Basic knowledge about sociocracy
    • Little practical experience
    • Seeking more solid knowledge and first practical experiences.
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Advanced

  • Good knowledge about sociocracy
  • Some practical experience
  • Seeking skills and confidence to use sociocracy in your own context
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Academy

    • Good knowledge about sociocracy
    • Some practical experience
    • Seeking skills and confidence to use sociocracy in your own context