Introduction to Sociocracy: exploring the basic concepts

Sociocracy is a model for both decision-making and governance that allows any organisation to behave as a living organism; self-organising and self-correcting. The term literally means governance-by peers, however it is sometimes referred to as Dynamic Governance.

The workshop will be led by Kim Scott and will explore the basic concepts: how we empower and connect teams and improve continuously over time. Participants will leave with practical tools and embodied knowledge of Sociocracy.

Tuesday 18th June 2019

10:15 am – 4:30 pm

Clyde Community Hall, Glasgow Ibrox.

Free for CHE members, £40 waged, £1.29 students/ low income (£10 deposit to secure a place). Book your ticket here:

https://sociocracyglasgow.brownpapertickets.com/

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