Your invitation: You are welcome to join us for this highly engaging and topical workshop, repeated by popular demand. Run by the London-based worker cooperative Outlandish, it offers an introduction to Sociocracy and consent-based decision-making.
About Sociocracy: Sociocracy is a response to organisations that are trying to create flatter organisational structures, distribute work, and improve both organisational effectiveness and well-being. Making decisions by consent is one of its core components.
Registration and Cost (including lunch): As a special concession, the organisers are offering AMED Members who are paying their own way a 2-for-1 attendance fee of £210 plus VAT. This means that two AMED members can register jointly, but only one attendance fee is paid. To reserve your place, and for more details, please click here. If there's anything you'd like to discuss, please feel free to get in touch with Pete or Abi.
About your facilitators:
Pete Burden and Abi Handley are delivering this workshop, based on their real-life experience of using and implementing Sociocracy. Pete is a business strategist who specialises in developing positive organisational cultures and promoting leadership throughout an organisation. He introduced Sociocracy to Outlandish and has been pivotal in supporting the development of the co-operative. Abi is a key organiser within Outlandish. She is engaged across programme management, finances, communications and business development and focusses much of her time in developing communication skills across the Outlandish team.
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