Many are interested in learning more about sociocracy but it is impossible to maintain a current list of consultants, trainers, and workshops. I have included centers and organizations around the world where you can study or connect to resources. Unless otherwise noted, the listings are for stable organizations that have been teaching and consulting for several years. And teach methods that are strongly based on sociocratic principles.
Gilles Charest is a certified sociocracy consultant and corporate trainer with over 40 years of organizational development experience. He melds his training in Gestalt psychology with sociocracy to teach leadership skills. He founded Sociogest, one of the oldest sociocracy consulting firms in 1986,
Since 2003, Charest has led the International School for Leaders (L’École International des Chefs), which teaches the principles of sociocratic governance. He focuses on interventions supporting leaders and their employees to work… Read More . . . “Gilles Charest, Quebec”
Annewiek Reijmer was one of the earliest certified experts, was Director of the Sociocratisch Centrum, and is now the General Manager of The Sociocracy Group in Rotterdam. She has worked with many organizations, primarily in Europe . She speaks Dutch, English, and German.
The Sociocratisch Centrum was founded by Gerard Endenburg who developed the Sociocratic Circle-Organization Method.
In 2014, it reorganized and became The Sociocracy Group (TSG) to distinguish itself as an international consulting firm with affiliates in many countries. The Sociocracy Group serves as a professional association for certified facilitators, trainers, and consultants, and oversees the certification of sociocratic experts worldwide.
The standards, norms, and certification process are posted on the site. Along with an international list… Read More . . . “The Sociocracy Group”
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