How sociocracy enthusiasts could find other people interested in sociocracy?

Finding other people interested in sociocracy requires a proactive approach to networking and community-building.

Here are some strategies sociocracy enthusiasts can use to connect with like-minded individuals:

  1. Online Platforms and Forums:

Join online platforms and forums related to organizational development or participatory decision-making. Look for discussion groups, social media communities, or forums where people are actively discussing about self-organizing and are looking for self-governance alternatives.

  1. Attend Workshops and Seminars:

Participate in workshops, seminars, or webinars focused governance and decision-making. These events often attract individuals who are interested in learning about sociocracy.

  1. Organize Meetups or Webinars:

Consider organizing your own sociocracy-focused meetups or webinars. Use platforms like Meetup or Eventbrite different social networks to promote these events and attract others interested in sociocracy.

  1. Join Sociocracy Networks:

Look for national or international networks or organizations. Join their mailing lists or become a member to connect with others who could become interested in sociocracy. Networking and making new contacts are mandatory for those interested in spreading sociocracy.

  1. Collaborate with Like-Minded Organizations:

Reach out to organizations or groups that align with sociocracy’s values and principles. Collaborate on projects or initiatives that promote participatory decision-making and governance. Propose solutions that could improve the overall efficiency of the activities others already are involved in.

  1. Attend Conferences or Conventions:

Keep an eye out for conferences or conventions that focus on topics like organizational development, self-governance, or participatory leadership. These events often attract individuals who are interested in progressive organizational practices.

  1. Engage with Thought Leaders:

Follow thought leaders, authors, and experts interested on fostering collective intelligence and collective decision-making. Engage with them through social media, blogs, or emails. Their followers and network may also share an interest in sociocracy as a self governance alternative.

  1. Utilize Social Media:

Leverage social media platforms to connect with others interested in sociocracy. Join relevant groups or use hashtags related to sociocracy to find and engage with sociocracy enthusiasts or with people who could become interested in sociocracy.

  1. Offer Workshops or Presentations:

Offer to conduct workshops or presentations on sociocracy at conferences, local organizations, or community gatherings. This will allow you to share your knowledge and connect with others interested in the topic.

  1. Collaborate with Educational Institutions:

Partner with universities, colleges, schools or training centers that offer courses on organizational development or leadership. Offer to speak about sociocracy in relevant courses or programs.

  1. Seek Support from Professional Networks:

If you are part of professional networks or associations, share your interest in sociocracy with colleagues. You may discover others who share your enthusiasm or know of like-minded individuals.

  1. Create Online Content:

Write posts, create videos, or start a podcast about sociocracy. Producing valuable content will attract others who are interested in learning more about the topic.

By actively engaging in these strategies, sociocracy enthusiasts can connect with others who share their passion for participatory decision-making and create a supportive community of individuals interested in implementing sociocracy in their organizations.

We can draw attention to sociocracy as a viable self-governing alternative for those who work together and want to decide together only to the extent that we are active and persistent in being present and visible.

With time, popularity and credibility will begin to work in our favor, opening the way to notoriety and reputation in sociocracy. Isn’t that what most of us, those from local and international sociocracy related environments, want?

If you want to share your personal reflections on this topic, please feel free to do so in a comment below. Thank you.

Best wishes!


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  11. Many Voices One Song – A sociocracy manual

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  13. Let’s decide together - The definitive guidebook for practicing decision-making with children

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