Sociocracy 3.0 training Madrid, 22-24th Mar 2019

Sociocracy 3.0 training Madrid, 22-24th Mar 2019

About the course:

    • How can you scale an agile organisation without loosing agility?
    • How can large organisations minimise management efforts and bureaucracy by reinforcing self-organisation beyond agile methods?
    • How to nurture a culture of innovation beyond an agile team, minimise hierarchies and create an attractive working environment for young talent?

Organisations all over the world are trying new ways to increase effectiveness and organisational agility. Self-organisation, increased autonomy and effective collaborative work methods are only part of the emerging patterns.

Sociocracy 3.0 offers a rich menu of possibilities that can be adapted to each organisation’s unique context and that build on Sociocracy practices, non-violent communication and lean & agile methods.

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Sociocracy 3.0 training Lisbon, 20th-22nd Feb 2019

Sociocracy 3.0 training Lisbon, 20th-22nd Feb 2019

About the course:

    • How can you scale an agile organisation without loosing agility?
    • How can large organisations minimise management efforts and bureaucracy by reinforcing self-organisation beyond agile methods?
    • How to nurture a culture of innovation beyond an agile team, minimise hierarchies and create an attractive working environment for young talent?

Organisations all over the world are trying new ways to increase effectiveness and organisational agility. Self-organisation, increased autonomy and effective collaborative work methods are only part of the emerging patterns.

Sociocracy 3.0 offers a rich menu of possibilities that can be adapted to each organisation’s unique context and that build on Sociocracy practices, non-violent communication and lean & agile methods.

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We #Act4SDGs! SDG 3 in action: Health & Wellbeing

We #Act4SDGs! SDG 3 in action: Health & Wellbeing

 

We are a multidisciplinary team, ready to support you to address the UN Sustainable Development Goals and make collective wellbeing a reality. Together we have a practical mission: help our clients and partners to address one SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) at a time. Our first SDG is SDG3: Good health & wellbeing.

Is wellbeing already part of your story?

We help your company communicate about wellbeing. More info here.

 

 

Is wellbeing a challenge in your company?

We help you co-create solutions. Contact us to find out more. 

 

 

Would you like to take wellbeing to the next level?

We help your company improve their social and environmental impact. More info here.

What is Sociocracy 3.0?

What is Sociocracy 3.0?

Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) – brings you an extensive collection of patterns and practices that have proven helpful for organisations for improving performance, alignment, fulfilment and wellbeing. The modular approach makes S3 adaptable to any organisational size or structure, unlike similar approaches like classic Sociocracy and Holacracy.

The origin of Sociocracy 3.0

Classic Sociocracy dates back to 1851 and was first put into practice with the Quakers a few years later. In 2008 Brian Robertson released a branded version with the attempt to adapt traditional practices to the business world. This attempt was only partially successful since the complete model is only suitable for certain organizational environments.

Sociocracy 3.0 however integrates not only elements of both practices but also other patterns and practice from Non-Violent Communication, Lean, Agile etc. The modular approach makes it applicable to any organizational environment and 7 principles ensure that the organization integrates them in a horizontal manner.

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Graphic facilitation for Sustainable Fashion Show supporting SDG 12

Graphic facilitation for Sustainable Fashion Show supporting SDG 12

 

Fashion and sustainability came together on the terrace of the Impact Hub Madrid in Piamonte Street, in an event organized around SDG 12 during which there was no shortage of tropical cocktails and live music to welcome the summer. Sensetribe has had the pleasure of contributing to this fabulous initiative with a graphic facilitation.

WIWI Ethical Wear, a brand that promotes ethical and sustainable fashion, launched its first collection, Paradise, inspired by the tropics for its vibrant colors and the garments of the 1940s style cut, which invites you to consume responsibly by betting for a conscientious fashion. All the fabrics used in making this collection are 100% natural, come from locally sourced sustainable crops, and have been treated with minimal impact dyes (Oeko-Tex certificate). They also have a production model based on the Zero Waste approach: use biodegradable fabrics that can be composted, consume only the material needed to manufacture, minimize the energetic cost and avoid generating unnecessary waste.

The free afterwork event was organized in collaboration with ETICA MARKET, which will also participate in the fashion show by providing its handmade, ethical and fair trade accessories, as well as S.O.P.A. Madrid, an association dedicated to supporting social entrepreneurs, and Ring Yes Yes. In addition, for the fashion show Victoria’s shoe brand will collaborate by fitting models and organizers. With this event, Wiwi Ethical Wear calls on society to become more aware of the impact that the textile industry has on the planet, which is often synonymous with exploitation of communities and damage to the environment. This event presented by Charo Ulecia, has been entirely designed under the concept of the circular, collaborative and ethical economy, with SDG 12 as a mantra (responsible production and consumption), which extends to Impact Hub’s own space at Piamonte Street, that has been designed with local and artisanal products.

As consumers, we have the option of being responsible and betting on more conscientious fashion. This new collection offers us the possibility of contributing to sustainability, offering a responsible shopping alternative to give a tropical touch to our wardrobe for this summer.

Sociocracy 3.0 training course 15-17th June 2018

Sociocracy 3.0 training course 15-17th June 2018

About the course:

    • How can you scale an agile organisation without loosing agility?
    • How can large organisations minimise management efforts and bureaucracy by reinforcing self-organisation beyond agile methods?
    • How to nurture a culture of innovation beyond an agile team, minimise hierarchies and create an attractive working environment for young talent?

Organisations all over the world are trying new ways to increase effectiveness and organisational agility. Self-organisation, increased autonomy and effective collaborative work methods are only part of the emerging patterns.

Sociocracy 3.0 offers a rich menu of possibilities that can be adapted to each organisation’s unique context and that build on Sociocracy practices, non-violent communication and lean & agile methods.

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