If you are trying to organise in a decentralised, collaborative, less-hierarchical team, you are probably asking yourself: How do we include people in decisions without spending so much time in meetings? How do we encourage participation, engagement, and shared responsibility? And if nobody is in charge, where does accountability come from?
You are not the only one. For the last decade, Nati and Rich from The Hum have been immersed in these challenges, as they co-founded and built Loomio and Enspiral, two pioneering decentralised organisations. In this mixed online and residential training they’ll share with you what they have learned along the way.
Your booking includes training, accommodation, and food from lunchtime on 29 May to lunchtime on 31 May.
Arriving for 12pm on Friday 29 May and departing at 3pm on Sunday 31 May.
For people who are already working in decentralised organisations, or just starting their journey into self-management. You might be a founder, coordinator, community builder, facilitator, social entrepreneur or organisational designer.
This training is designed for individuals, but it will be even more valuable if you can bring multiple team members to participate together.
The Hum is Nati Lombardo and Rich Bartlett. We have been immersed in decentralised organisations since 2011, playing co-leadership roles in the Loomio tech co-op and the Enspiral network of social enterprises. For the past 3 years, we’ve been travelling the world sharing our experiences, and learning with others about self-managing organisations. We’ve worked in 17 countries, with a huge diversity of organisations across all sectors.