Is it your experience that the same individuals are routinely nominated as Facilitator or Secretary?
The constitution requires us to nominate the circle member we believe is the 'best fit among all eligible' - which often results in picking someone who has demonstrated good performance. Makes sense, yet how do others get experience or demonstrate their own capacity?
Even with the 'best fit' requirement, in our 3 years 11 months 28 days a sampling of the 'reasons why' candidates have been nominated include things like:
'Because I think it would be a good experience for them'
'Because they've done it before'
'Because I don't want to do it'
'Because I think they might be good at it'
'Because they understand the software better than I do'
'Because it would help them learn Holacracy'
and other variations.
Seeking open dialogue/exchange about any observations, patterns, or stuck places you've witnessed in nominating for elected roles...