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Plenary Meeting Expectations and Roles September 2015 (Includes member input from September 13, 2015 Plenary Meeting) To make our community meetings, known as plenaries, as productive and civil as possible, we embrace the following “living document” of expectations and roles: Decorum –...
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For Decision Making * • Green means I agree * • Yellow means I can live with it * • Red means that I want a better way and I am willing to help create it

 For Discussion * • Green means I have a comment or concern * • Yellow means I have a question/I can clarify...
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Definitions vote is used in The Cooperative Association Act to indicate a decision making process, or the act of individuals participating in that process. Wherever The Cooperative Association Act refers to "vote" or "voting," we may use "consensus," "unity,...
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Cooperative decision-making Decisions are made on a consensus basis. Within the framework of the Cooperative Association Act, which gives members the right to vote, directors work to consensus at meetings of the board of directors, and general meetings work to consensus except where the Act...
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Consensus All membership meetings shall operate using a consensus decision making process, except, upon a vote of 75% of the voting interests present at the meeting to break consensus, decision may be made by an affirmative vote of 75% of the voting interests of the Association. No decision to...
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Creekside Commons Proposal   Proposal Name: Communications Model Proposal Number: 35A Distribution Date: September 28, 2008 Group: Community Group                                   Team or subgroup: Contact Name: Mary Lang Phone: 250-331-0151 Email: croslang@intergate.ca Decision Type (...
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DECISION-MAKING AT CREEKSIDE     The organizational structure that has been designed assumes that we are using the following decision-making process. We include them here for review:     1) Teams use the Decision-Making Criteria Questions:               1. Does this...
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DIVISION 3 - COUNCIL BY-LAWS SECTION (16) VOTING AT COUNCIL MEETINGS. Decision making guidelines. A. Creekside Commons will use a modified consensus process for decision making because we believe: • Consensus gathers experiences from the whole group. Better decisions are made when we draw on...
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CONSENSUS DECISION MAKING Consensus is different from most other kinds of decision making because it stresses group members working together to co-operatively develop a decision. Since the goal is group unity rather than winning a majority of votes, every member is considered important and the...
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Current members of community have joined without having had to agree to a clear mission statement and common goal. Some have not undergone a well-organized, incoming membership process, and some do not have an interest in the training workshops offered within Windsong. There...
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