|Today, Mon, Jan 18, last day for Sociocracy Course Early Bird Discount; responding to Melanie's question||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Melanie G (gomelaniegogmail.com)|
|Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2021 12:58:39 -0800 (PST)|
Thank you so much Diane for responding to my question. I was asking Carol that question because I was curious whether you actually used these words she quoted to refer to people who raised concerns, or if you'd like, we can call them blocks. To me these are one and the same. Thank you also for offering me a spot in your intro. I have already been through an entire course presented by Jerry, and learned a LOT. So unless your take on sociocracy is completely different, which based on your description here, it seems it is quite similar, I will pass for now. I'm thrilled there is discussion here about these issues. And sad to hear that there are desires to prevent conflict, and get things done possibly at the expense of folks who are raising concerns. I have learned that conflict aversion and avoidance actually creates a lot more work for communities and groups. Expediency is another form of conflict avoidance imho. I'm not here advocating anything, or against anything. Simply sharing my own concern and take on this topic. Calling people blockers and bullies does not create much good will as I have experienced. Here is an interesting article I came across in a third force pod I joined through Service Space. Perhaps it will say it much better than I ever could. I will be going offline for a bit to take a break. So if I don't respond, it's nothing personal. Again, much appreciating the invite, and the explanations. https://www.servicespace.org/blog/view.php?id=32506
Today, Mon, Jan 18, last day for Sociocracy Course Early Bird Discount; responding to Melanie's question Diana Leafe Christian, January 17 2021
- Today, Mon, Jan 18, last day for Sociocracy Course Early Bird Discount; responding to Melanie's question Melanie G, January 19 2021
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