Aligning your social mission with your ways of working

  • November 3, 2022
    10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

How we work towards social change is just as important as the change we seek to make in the world. Are the norms and policies around how work gets done within your organization in integrity with your mission and theory of change?

At TheHum.org we have spent more than a decade working with purpose-driven non-hierarchical teams, helping them align their mission with their ways of working. This session will introduce you to the patterns and practices to support organizations to better align decision-making, task distribution, and internal support structures with their mission and values.

FACILITATORS

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Nati Lombardo

Born in Argentina, she travelled the world learning about community development through permaculture and creative activism. She helps groups to cultivate a nourishing collaborative culture through values-driven behavioural change and relationships of peer-to-peer support. She is the cofounder of The Hum and Member of Enspiral Network.

 

 

 

 

 

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Rich Bartlett

He’s enthusiastic about co-ownership, self-governance, and building relationships of partnership instead of domination to create collaborative workplaces. Cofounder of The Hum and the Loomio Coop, and Director of the Enspiral Foundation. He has a unique way of seeing patterns and speaking about complexity in simple words.

 

 

 

 

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Drew Hornbein

He has worked with activists, educators, and entrepreneurs on the edge of change for over a decade. Originally a technologist, Drew followed his passion for building cultures of belonging from the technical systems to the people systems within organisations. A systemic problem solver, he loves to discover and work with power within groups to find harmony through system and cultural interventions.

LOCATION

We are excited to host this event in person at the Posner Center for International Development. We have parking available on Arapahoe Street, and there is ample street parking nearby, as well as bike racks outside of and in the building. The Posner Center is also accessible by bus and light rail.

ACCESSIBILITY

The Posner Center for International Development is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all people. To request additional accommodations or for questions about accessibility, please indicate your accessibility needs when you register, or contact Lauren Andraski at or 720-515-9071 as soon as possible.

TICKETS

Tickets will be on sale until 12pm on November 2nd, but space is limited to the capacity of the Boardroom. Tickets are free for those in the Posner Center Community! If you are not already a member of our vibrant community of 200 organizations who come together to collaborate on global social impact, click here to learn more and join us. 

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General Publicshow details + $40.00 (USD)  

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1031 33rd St, Denver, Colorado, 80205, United States