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Sociocracy for non-profits and associations

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Many non-profits run themselves with traditional hierarchies. This is not only often ineffective but power-over structures also run counter the mission of equality and empowerment for everyone.

Sociocracy is an option for those non-profits that want to give both staff, board and core volunteers more voice, strengthen the connection, increase transparency and lessen micro-management. Over the past years, sociocracy has found its way into several non-profits in the United States and world-wide, and it has long turned into tried-and-tested governance system.

This short introduction introduces the basic ideas and highlights the advantages in particular for non-profits as well as the challenges. There will be opportunities for questions - see how sociocracy would apply to your unique organization.

Presenter Jerry Koch-Gonzalez has founded and been a board member of several non-profits (Institute for Community Economics, Class Action, United for a Fair Economy, National Coalition Building Institute, Institute For Peaceable Communities). Jerry has supported many organizations as a consultant for diversity, governance and communication, and he is co-author of the 2018 sociocracy handbook Many Voices One Song.

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