SOCIOCRACY or DYNAMIC GOVERNANCE |
SOCIOCRACY or DYNAMIC GOVERNANCE
2015.04.16 Thursday, 11:00 - 2015.04.17 Friday, 18:00

We invite you to join in seminar of  "SOCIOCRACY or DYNAMIC GOVERNANCE". 
The seminar will be held for the second time in Lithuania on 16-17th of April, in Vilnius.

SOCIOCRACY is: 

  • A new decision making paradigm that leads to mutual understanding, more openness and better decisions
  • A new meeting format that make participants produce more decisions in less time and leave them energized afterwards
  • A method to lead the decision making process during a meeting which stimulates out of the box thinking and finding solutions to which all feel genuinely committed, even in tense situations
  • A decision making structure to improve the quality and acceptance of (your) leadership
  • A vision and a method to organize decision making that boosts the level of cooperation between all layers of the organization and the agility of the whole

SPEAKER:

PIETER VAN DER MECHE
Netherlands

Pieter is a trainer and consultant at the global Sociocracy centre in Holland. His professional carrier has been committed to implementing, teaching and improving the sociocratic way of thinking as well as the methodology.

Since the start of his carrier at the Centre in 1995 he has trained and counseled organizations in business, government and non-government sectors, helping them to increase commitment and cooperation within organization and teams, to learn to make decisions and apply the principles of dynamic governance. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE SOCIOCRATIC PHILOSOPHY AND METHOD:

  • improve your  teams’ or organizations’ goal achievement
  • increase the quality of decision making throughout your organization
  • generate a high level of genuine commitment and a deep sense of co-ownership at all levels of your organization
  • boost the acceptance and quality of your leadership
  • improve the effectiveness and efficiency of meetings
  • boost problem solving capacity and communications of team(s): keep them learning instead of starting to quarrel
  • lead teams towards a full commitment to (difficult) decisions, even when situations get tense

PROGRAM OF THE SEMINAR >>

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