We have been practicing Holacracy for a few months already, but I stumbled across something as a Facilitator:
- The Constitution says:
"The Facilitator may test the validity of a Proposal by asking the Proposer questions. For a Proposal to survive the test, the Proposer must be able to describe the Tension, and give an example of an actual past or present situation in which the Proposal would have reduced that Tension and helped the Circle in one of the ways allowed by the prior section. The Facilitator must discard the Proposal if the Facilitator deems the Proposer has failed to meet this threshold"
So I rejected a proposal from a Lead Link to "delete a role because it is unclear for the circle" but has no concrete example to give to support this proposal.
Do we have to wait each time for concrete examples to "clean" a circle with roles no longer relevant? Is "no activity from the role" a valid concrete example?
Thank you for your help,