Co-Operacy: A New Way of Being at Work
CO-OPERACY describes the technology of collective or consensus decision-making as distinct from democracy and autocracy. Written by the internationally successful authors of THE ZEN OF GROUPS and THE ART OF FACILITATION, CO-OPERACY looks at the cooperative values that underlie this concept--which can be applied to effective teamwork, coaching, mentoring, peer counseling, development groups, organizations, and organization transformation.
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Part One Introducing Cooperacy 1 Preparing the ground
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15 minutes 30 minutes acknowledgment action plan agree agreement alignment attunement awareness become beliefs board or large brainstorm buddy challenge chapter Charles Handy choose co-counseling Co-operacy co-operation coach-ee commitment conflict Consensus decision-making contract counselor create creative cross-functional team culture Dale Hunter David Bohm decision decision-making develop discuss emotional emotional competence Encourage energy example experience explore express facilitator feedback feel give group members higher purpose holonomic ideas identify important individual involved issues John Heron kaumatua large sheets learning listening marker pens meeting mentor ourselves pairs participants patterned behavior peer organizations peer relationships Peter Senge Process protege questions recognize reflection responsibility ritual role round sacred shadow side Sharing withholds sheets of paper skills someone speak spiritual Starhawk Step Strategic dialog SWOT analysis things Thinking Points timekeeper values white board whole group whole personhood workplace Zealand Zenergy