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Holacracy Intro Webinar with Chris Cowan
Can your company remain agile and adaptive - even as it scales?

Holacracy® offers a radical new answer to this question, in the form of a tested and customizable self-management practice. With a Holacracy practice in place, every team member gains the ability to make meaningful decisions and drive change. The approach will allow your team to clarify agreements, set clear expectations, increase transparency and will fundamentally rewire your organization’s approach to power.

Can your company remain agile and adaptive - even as it scales?

Holacracy® offers a radical new answer to this question, in the form of a tested and customizable self-management practice. With a Holacracy practice in place, every team member gains the ability to make meaningful decisions and drive change. The approach will allow your team to clarify agreements, set clear expectations, increase transparency and will fundamentally rewire your organization’s approach to power.

This webinar provides a basic introduction to the Holacracy practice.
This is a basic introduction to Holacracy practice. If you'd like a more in-depth exploration, we suggest taking the experiential "taster" workshop designed for a fuller experience and to allow you to assess its fit for your organization.

Oct 14, 2019 07:00 PM in Jerusalem

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Chris Cowan
Partner @HolacracyOne
Chris is an accomplished consultant and leadership development expert. He joined HolacracyOne after seeing the limits of many traditional leadership development approaches that failed to address underlying organizational norms and power structures. Chris sees Holacracy as a practical tool for clarifying decision-making authority, which dramatically reduces politics while allowing individual creative expression. He has worked with a wide variety of commercial, non-profit, and governmental clients on their manager training programs and has taught graduate courses in leadership at Harvard University and Georgetown University. Chris has a Masters in Divinity from Harvard Divinity School and a doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning from the George Washington University.