With Ted Rau
March 9, 2024
Is your organization struggling with slow, frustrating decision making processes? Do you feel key voices are left out of important conversations? Do you go around in circles, with more talking than doing? Or with more doing than reflecting and listening?
Join us for an eye-opening, hands-on workshop on sociocracy – a revolutionary decision-making method that is empowering teams across the nonprofit sector.
In this practical training, you’ll learn:
- Consent Decision-Making: How to achieve genuine agreement without majority rule so every voice is heard
- Decentralizing Power: Foster autonomy and ownership by distributing authority across your organization
- Productive Meetings: Facilitate efficient, collaborative meetings that build trust and drive progress
Through interactive exercises and real-play scenarios, we’ll equip you with sociocracy’s principles and tangible practices to transform how your organization makes decisions.
The result? More inclusion. Better decisions. Less frustration. And a team energized by the power to control their own destiny.
- nonprofits members and board members
- purpose driven businesses
- coops, activists, educators
Ted is an advocate, trainer and consultant for self-governance. His main focus is sociocracy. After his PhD in linguistics and work in Academia, he co-founded the membership organization Sociocracy For All which has grown to 250 members. He spends his days consulting, teaching and working sociocratically. Ted has led trainings in North America, South America, Europe and China. A German citizen he, Ted has lived in Massachusetts since 2010. He is (co)-author of three books on self-governance, Many Voices One Song (2018), Who Decides Who Decides (2021), and Collective Power (2023). His special interest are in comparing governance systems, and developing and sharing simple but applicable patterns with practitioners.
Learn more about Ted Rau