When: Wednesday, 3 April
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
This training explores how we make group decisions when there’s no top-down command-and-control structure.
You’ll learn different decision-making protocols, like consensus, consent, and the advice process. We’ll unpack the neuroscience of cognitive biases, and how to de-bias your decisions. And we’ll investigate how digital tools can help you make collective decision more efficiently.
This workshop is run by The Hum team – Nati Lombardo and Richard 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 non-hierarchical management.
Ticketed event, buy here: https://www.thehum.org/decision-making-workshop-london
We’re offering a 20% discount for “early bird” tickets, purchased before March 20th. This training is even more effective when multiple people from the same team can join. If you have 3 or more people coming together, contact us for a group discount.
Coffee & snacks provided. Wheelchair accessible venue.
Contact us with any questions, we’re happy to help: email@example.com
Where: Newspeak House, 135 Bethnal Green Rd, London