Lynn Englund, local Sociocracy trainer, presents on Thurs., Feb. 21, 2019 the three foundational tools that are part of this common governance system that’s used in some self-managed cohousing communities.
These tools are: rounds, circles and the practice of consent in small group decision-making.
Informal networking will happen during the potluck that precedes the program.
Registration is open now. Optional potluck at 6 pm, program at 6:45 pm.
“I would love meetings if they didn’t have people…”
Does your group have lofty ambitions but struggle with making and following through on decisions? Learn the basics of Sociocracy, a system that distributes authority and helps groups to optimize their meeting time. This form of decision-making and governance allows all voices to be heard.
- Doors open 5:30 pm
- Potluck 6:00 pm
- Program at 6:45 pm
Location: Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 420 Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis
Presenter: Lynn Englund is an educator and trainer in the areas of group process and governance.
- Sociocracy.info – prolific author & cohousing resident Sharon Villines’ blog about improving democratic processes
- SociocracyForAll.org – nonprofit offering Sociocracy training & resources
Register now at https://tccoho.org.customers.tigertech.net (Events page)
Contact TCCN at email@example.com
This is the quarterly program meeting of Twin Cities Cohousing Network (TCCN), a nonprofit organization that educates about cohousing and provides related networking opportunities in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.