Decision Making
by Linda Doyle
Decision making, unfortunately, is a common area of conflict for activists. Not having a clear decision making process can cause conflict and slow progress. This workshop will provide insight into how to avoid common decision making pitfalls.

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Decision making, unfortunately, is a common area of conflict for activists. Not having a clear decision making process can cause conflict and slow progress. This workshop will provide insight into how to avoid common decision making pitfalls. It aims to provide an understanding on the difference between collective and individual decisions and when to use them, along with decision making options and which is appropriate in each case. It will also give participants an opportunity to practice these decision making methods.
 
Linda Doyle
Linda has a range of experience facilitating workshops, trainings, people’s assemblies, meetings and giving talks. As a member of Extinction Rebellion UK, she has delivered talks on citizens‘ assemblies has given talks on how deliberative democracy can advance the UK’s outdated political system, along with in-depth trainings on how to self-organising (e.g. how to facilitate, servant leadership) within social movements.