Date

Sep 22 2022

Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sociocracy is a refreshing and efficient way to make decisions in teams.

About this event

In this workshop we will give you an introduction to an effective and democratic decision making practice – consent-based decision-making. We will also give you a chance to try it out for yourself and explore how it could help your team to listen to all voices as well as make progress on getting things done. Finally, we’ll reflect on what we’ve learnt and experienced in the workshop and you’ll identify any next steps to using some or all of these concepts and practices within your own co-op.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course participants will have:

  • Understood the concept of “consent” and the range of tolerance
  • Explored the difference between voicing a preference and a ‘critical concern’;
  • Practised running a proposal using the consent based decision making process
  • Clarified personal and organisational next steps in implementing this process

About the facilitators

Lucy King

Lucy is a collaborator at Outlandish who is interested in how people come together to create change in the world – whether through a digital product or a political campaign. She’s sad that the world doesn’t always prioritise being happy, fulfilled and yourself at work, and thinks development in this area has huge potential to create personal and business growth.

Kayleigh Walsh

Kayleigh is a member and key organiser in Outlandish – a wonderful communicator, passionate community developer and dynamic project manager. She’s also a great facilitator who brings a realness and honesty to our sessions.