Consensus: A New Handbook
This quick-and-easy guide to consensus decision making outlines the process in a logical, step-by-step manner. Its clear format allows it also to serve as a reference book for those already familiar with the process. While intended primarily for anarchist groups, this handbook can be used by anyone who prefers cooperation to competition. The highlights, of course, are the numerous examples of situations and dialogs from working in consensus. Peter acknowledges that meetings never start on time and the vitality for everyone to warmly welcome newcomers. Perhaps written as entertainment for the jaded, as well.
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