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Keep Moving: Change through Consensus

Consensus Decision-Making

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9m 1s
Lingua:  English
Consensus decision-making is a creative way of reaching an agreement between all members of a group. A group using consensus is committed to finding solutions that everyone actively supports.
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Consensus decision-making is a creative and dynamic way of reaching an agreement between all members of a group. Instead of simply voting for an item and having the majority of the group getting their way, a group using consensus is committed to finding solutions that everyone actively supports, or at least can live with. 

This ensures that all opinions, ideas and concerns are taken into account. Through listening closely to each other, the group aims to come up with proposals that work for everyone. In this talk, you'll find lots of information to help you make decisions using consensus, including why you might use it, the basic principles and process, how to apply it to larger groups of people and ideas for dealing with common problems.
It is based on the values of equality, freedom, co-operation and respect for everyone's needs, which could not be more important than in times like these.

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Jason Allan Scott

Jason Allan Scott is a successful Serial Entrepreneur, Professional Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, award-winning event professional, Mentor, Podcaster and a part of Tim Ferris's NR set who overcomes MS to bring value to the world. Voted Top 100 Movers and Shakers in Events by Eventbrite 2016, Voted number 1 on Double Dutch 250 people in Events and top 10% of social media in events in the world and one of the Small Business Top 100 companies 2016 and the only person in history to be nominated twice in one year as the most influential person in events by Haymarket Media. He has also been invited to number 10 Downing Street ( think the White House with a stricter door policy) twice due to his podcast success and the first person in the world to sell three podcast channels.