215 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, Ontario

Do you need to gather and prioritize input from multiple stakeholders?

Do you want to give more focus and clear outcomes to your large meetings?

Do you like the ideal of consensus decision-making but are worried
it's not practical for a large group?

Then join us for a training session in Advanced Dotmocracy!

Monday, November 27, 2006
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Centre for Social Innovation - www.socialinnovation.ca
215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 120
$10.00 including snacks and workshop materials

Dotmocracy is an extraordinary and innovative technique for
facilitating participatory group decision-making. This engaging
workshop will be led by Jason Diceman, founder of Co-op Tools
(www.cooptools.ca). Co-op Tools has created the Advanced Dotmocracy
process and materials for gathering input and finding consensus within
a large number of people in a very short period of time.

The Co-op Tools dotmocracy process has proven to:

* Recognize priorities and direction from rank-and-file members.
* Engage and empower a diverse group of stakeholders.
* Give a voice to even the quietest of participants.
* Recognize and celebrate shared values.
* Focus on solutions while avoiding traditional power dynamics.

To register, send your name and organization details to [email protected].

All participants will receive a copy of the Dotmocracy Handbook.

Brought to you by the Centre for Social Innovation and Co-op Tools

Official Website: http://www.dotmocracy.ca/workshop_nov_27_2006

Added by jasondiceman on November 1, 2006