"InTrès-Saint-Rédempteur, a small rural village an hour out of Montreal - a co-op started to grow big. How should the municipality and the Coop work together? How should decisions that affect many, if not most, residents be made? Is it at all possible to avoid power struggles, personality conflicts, and "small town" politics?
Exploring possibilities, the Coop has decided to attempt an implementation of sociocracy. They have obtained government support for this, and will work with Sociogest, a Quebec consulting firm that specializes in Sociocracy."
An organization is healthy when it pursues the ideal lives in its members and the talents of these are recognized and put to use to achieve this ideal.
For this reason, our training services and consultation have one goal: to help leaders and their collaborators in clarifying the goals to be achieved and the establishment of conditions for the talents of all contribute to the collective success .
We are inspired in our work by all methods of improving the performance and in particular the principles of how sociocratic governance lays the foundation for a science of cooperation.