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About the Facilitator role...

Quick question...

There seems to be this implicit expectation that the Facilitator will never have a tension to report or a proposal to make during meetings.

In the specific scenario where an elected facilitator has a tension to report during a governance meeting, how does he/she do so while still energizing the Facilitator role?

Suppose it is the Facilitator who has an objection during the IDM process. How exactly doe that play out?

 

Thanks,

3 Replies
Bernard Marie Chiquet
08/11/2016

As a Facilitator, you may add agenda items and make proposal, as any other Core Circle Member.

Now, being a Facilitator, you may hand over your Facilitator Role at any time in the process if you feel unable or unwilling to enact the Role’s duties according to Section 2.5.4 . It could be at the beginning of the IDM process or later during the process, for instance when/if the Facilitator raise an Objection.

And I think this should answer your two questions. If not let me know.

 

Dominique KG
08/11/2016

Thank you for the quick reply Bernard Marie.

That answers my question.

If I understand correctly, one facilitator is elected, but one or several circle members might be called upon to play the facilitator role...

 

PS- Je parle français. Je suis à Québec. Je veux amener l'Holacracy au Canada francophone.

Bernard Marie Chiquet
08/11/2016
Dominique KG posted:

 

If I understand correctly, one facilitator is elected, but one or several circle members might be called upon to play the facilitator role...

 

You're spot on!

Dominique KG posted:

 PS- Je parle français. Je suis à Québec. Je veux amener l'Holacracy au Canada francophone.

Cool, nous intervenons au Québec pas plus tard que la semaine prochaine - lancement de d'un client et formation PCT en français.