Holacracy Community of Practice Archive, 2015-2019 Community Holacracy Web Site

Isn't though this the point of good facilitation? You can't expect everyone in the organization to become holacracy masters, but you don't have to because if a facilitator is doing their job well, they make it their business to help people find the pathways to solving their tensions, whether they're the ex-CEO or the coffee stocker. As long as the org partners are comfortable bringing up their tensions they'd learn pretty quickly all the options available to them. A more experienced person might propose bolder changes but a good facilitator could make bold changes one of the pathways for a less experienced person. Isn't that how it should work?

(I'm in [@mention:577633875651499938]'s org and we are definitely in medium/early days so it could be I don't fully understand all the nuances)