“Tim Hartnett`s book is a unique point of contact for effective cooperation. It offers a simple and skilful seven-step process to help people with different perspectives and experiences agree on results and implementation. This book is in the top 10 textbooks and workbooks on my library. Laurie McCann, Tim Hartnett Ombudsman, Ph.D. of the University of California Santa Cruz, is a group mediator, mediator and family therapist. Tim received his Ph.D. in psychology and studied divorce family families. He taught group processes at the John F. Kennedy School. It combined best practices in the areas of professional facilitation, conflict resolution and non-violent communication to develop CODM, a model that can help each group find the across-the-board convergence they need to work well together. For each group or organization to function effectively, it must be able to make good decisions. Consensus decision-making is the first book that provides groups (and group intermediaries) with a clear and effective way to reach a comprehensive agreement, while promoting full participation and genuine cooperation. “This book is timely – when citizens everywhere are looking for practical solutions to the impasse and impasse that seems to block progress in a multitude of daily concerns.
Hartnett`s book will be a guide for serious people in the United States and around the world who are looking for a simple approach to finding common ground with their neighbors, colleagues and partners. Mark Ritchie, Minnesota Secretary of State Consensus theory, the absence of conflict is considered a state of balance in society and that there is general or general convergence among all members of a given society on norms, values, rules and regulations. Consensus theory focuses on the maintenance or pursuit of social order. A step-by-step guide to the most effective and effective method of participatory decision-making Businesses, government, non-profit organizations, social and local organizations can benefit from consensus decision-making.