Effective cross team synchronisation, collaborative innovation, whole system alignment
All over the world organisations are experimenting with new tools and methods for increasing effectiveness and organizational agility. One pattern we see emerging in this new paradigm is self-organized, semi-autonomous teams, energized by a personal sense of calling to serve effectively their collective purpose. At the same time it’s becoming clear that each organization’s context is unique and that prescriptive, “one size fits all” solutions can cause more harm than good.
Sociocracy 3.0 (also known as S3) is a free and open, principles based framework of patterns for people wishing to collaborate more effectively and grow happy, humane organisations.
It builds on sociocratic practices, integrating principles from Agile / Lean and Non-Violent Communication and provides a rich variety of compatible options to choose from and adapt, according to unique context and needs.
S3 addresses generic complexities arising when collaboration needs to scale across multiple teams and domains and acts as a “social technology” for raising self-accountability and engagement while promoting respect, diversity and inclusion. It supports distribution of power to all, within interconnected domains of accountability, freeing people up to decide and act. It facilitates co-creativity, fosters transparency and guarantees equivalence for all concerned.
For more information and open source learning materials, go to http://www.sociocracy30.org
What past participants say:
I have been on many workshops and trainings during my life and treasure some of them. This workshop will definitely be one of them. James and Lili are great facilitators and create a safe, open and creative environment. I learned not only S3, which I had hoped for, but also about myself(ves), which will help me be more whole, authentic and therefore a better person and leader.
The workshop is highly recommended for anyone wanting to learn about collaboration and ways to increase engagement in your organization. Anders L – Agile Coach, Crisp, Stockholm, Sweden
A great workshop. Mindful, makes you think, reflect and make sense of the reality around you. The concepts & techniques are highly applicable in organizational environments. Natalia – Agile Coach, Spotify, Stockholm, Sweden
This immersive course went much beyond my expectations. It gave me a fantastic opportunity to deepen my understanding of S3 principles and implementations through facilitated experiential processes, plus practices. This has empowered me to take my learning forwards and integrate S3 into our organization. Dr Katy Momo Fox – Founder, Designer at Cell Centre for Ecological Learning – Luxembourg
For more testimonials visit: http://www.thriveincollaboration.com/#!testimonials/b7hrz
This course will bring great value to:
*Agile coaches and consultants
*Leaders and managers.
*Organisational change facilitators, consultants and HR
We support using kmo-portefeuille for this training. If you want to benefit from kmo-portefeuille, please contact us before registering or indicate this explicitly in the Remarks field when registering for the course.
If you wish to participate in this course and the fee is beyond your means or the value you place on it, please contact us to explore how your attendance may still be possible. We wish to ensure that cost is no barrier to attending Sociocracy 3.0 courses.
Date: 16 Oct - 18 Oct
Trainer: James Priest
Price: €1985.00 €1585.00 excl. VAT(Early bird price when subscribing before 15 September)
After this 3-day course you will:
*Discover what Sociocracy 3.0 is and how its various patterns provide a menu of options for organisations wishing to build resilience, adaptability and effectiveness.
*Learn about the S3 framework and find out how its patterns and principles free potential and support system wide improvements.
*Understand the principle of consent, appreciate its effectiveness as an alternative to consensus in decision making and learn skills in its application
*Develop skills you can apply within your groups, organisations and relationships.
*Discover methods to facilitate collaborative processes, draw on the collective intelligence of groups, and guarantee the potential for equivalence in decision making.
*Develop a “solutions focused” attitude and explore the creative opportunities lying buried at the heart of seemingly challenging situations.