We host monthly events where you can get to know our leading practitioners, practice together, and hear stories about our work on self-managing teams, collective money practices, network building, trauma-informed collaboration, and online participatory processes.
Monthly | Rotating times | Experience
The Money Game was invented at Findhorn in the highlands of Scotland and has been played by groups around the world as a way to help us think about, and deconstruct, our relationship to money.
You can now explore your habits and unconscious beliefs around money through our online version of the game.
Monthly | Rotating times | Collective Reflection
HVOC is a space without an outcome - the higher vibration of commitment. What happens when we keep coming back to, and deepening our inquiry into the question:
What are we not saying? Join members of the Greaterthan ecosystem for an hour of collective reflection each month.
Hosted by JD Nasaw and Susan Basterfield
Monthly | Rotating times | Experience
Veteran coach AJ Pape hosts a live, interactive coaching conversation that is simultaneously deep and light. There is no fixed agenda. It’s improvisational. Come to watch, come to play, come to let something go or to let something in. Bring a friend or collaborator and we might invite you to awkwardly appreciate each other. “AJ’s coaching fishbowl was the best 90 minutes on Zoom of my painfully digital life.”
*Note: This event is listed in Eastern Time
Monthly | Rotating times | Community of Practice
A cornerstone of Greaterthan's work over the past years has been our learning and teaching in Trauma-informed Collaboration. In this monthly session our own practitioners host a generative dialogue and peer support for facilitators, consultants, coaches, and organizational changemakers that want to bring trauma-informed practices to their collaborators and clients.
Hosted by Ria Baeck, Lucia Die Gil, J.D Nasaw, and Melinda Varfi
The TiC Community of Practice is free and open to alumni of Greaterthan Academy's Trauma-informed Collaboration course. Contact your course facilitator to request an invitation.
Quarterly | Rotating times | Gathering
Have you been doing the radical work of untangling collective leadership, money, and resource flow in a network or community? Each season our Thriving Networks course facilitators gather with alumni to share inspiration, reflect, and support each other in navigating our most puzzling challenges and tricky experiments as we work to rebuild the commons.
Hosted by Alicia Trepat and Lena Bumke
The Thriving Networks Alumni Meet-up is free and open to alumni of Greaterthan Academy's Thriving Networks course. Contact your course facilitator to request an invitation.
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February 16 | 18.00-19.00 CET | Webinar
People, community and collaboration are everything. These seem like obvious truths in the ‘future of work’, and yet we often find ourselves alone and precarious, searching for others and connection. It doesn’t have to be this way. Many freelancers collectives, communities and networks are creating caring and belonging, sharing livelihood and opportunities and we’re one of them!
After 3 years together in Greaterthan, we invite you to join us for our ‘Coming Out’, where we will share our stories and experiences of striving to be 'greater than the sum of our parts'.
With Susan Basterfield, Francesca Pick and Stefan Morales.
Hosted by Kate Beecroft
April 20 | 20:00 - 21:00 CET | Webinar
After 10 years of coaching dynamic organisations we’ve seen the best intentions result in some not-so-pretty disasters. In this Greaterthan Talk, we will share insights, tools and mindsets to help you avoid common pitfalls of self managing teams.
With Susan Basterfield, Lisa Gill, and special guest Samantha Slade (Percolab)
Hosted by Elena Denaro
February 25 | 19.00-20.00 CET | Webinar
Are you in a community or a purpose network? Chances are you will have experienced conflicts about money and value exchange. Join us to hear about our experiences working with communities who are taking a participatory and transparent approach to money.
With Francesca Pick, Alicia Trepat & our special guest
Alyssa Wright (Open Source Collective)
hosted by Kate Beecroft
April 6 | 19.00-20.00 CET | Webinar
We live and work in complex systems where regular planning, and repeated processes do not always get the outcomes we need. To do better work together we need to see things with new eyes, try different approaches and revel in the joy of participation.
Join interaction designers Stefan Morales, Manel Heredero and Elena Denaro to encounter creative, fun and effective ways to up the participation in your group!
Hosted by Joriam Felipe