Percolab competencies

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Inspired by the Quebec Human Resource Chartered association professional competencies

Two core competencies
  1. Agility in complexity: complexity is the future and having a mindset and ways of working that foster agility in complexity is key. living system thinking, functioning, being. Try things out and learn. (Complexity theory and living systems theory)
  2. Ethical and legal sense: as Percolab is edgy and pioneering in its practices it is essentiel that everyone develop a reflex to check in ethically and legally around what we are doing and creating. (Legal frameworks, David bollier thinki like a commoner)

+ 9 other competencies

  1. System thinking : dig into local context and the ecosystem, be strategic and in service. (System thinking leadership, Theory of change, commoning)
  2. Business sense: understand how money flows in a business, the business models in operation, be able to make a business case, develop business and contribute to business strategy, value. (Business model generation, fair economy)
  3. Personal leadership/self-management :leadership is not a position but a posture, when you see something that can be improved you become responsible for changing it. Propose and experiment new ways of doing and being that are in service. you are in a self-managing organisation where we are all co-directors/managers. Take on roles. (Self-organisation and self-management, Reinventing Organizations)
  4. Embracing Technology  : know that technology is ever changing and so you will be constantly having to integrate new tools, the tools are an expression of our social practices and work with them with this awareness, work with the commons (open-source, copyfair, creative commons)
  5. Facilitate collective processes: facilitation of collective processes is a key competency no matter what your actual profession may be. create conditions for participation, inviting in different and divergent perspectives, collective intelligence, decision making. Grow in your capacity to hold more (Circle practice, divergence/convergence, collective intelligence, co-creation, Liberating structures, Sam Kaner)
  6. Coaching and advice: play a role of coaching for others (colleagues, clients, etc.) we are deliberately developmental. Share your knowledge. (offer, give and receive help - Schein)
  7. Analysis and synthesis - read patterns and insights into data, beyond your assumptions.
  8. Relational field - develop your emotional intelligence and capacity to communicate beyond a culture of blame (respect, openness, take voice and listen) (Art of hosting, circle practice, collective presencing, David Bohm)
  9. Deliberately developmental - the work and life in an organization are greatest source of development, reveal your assumptions, develop your practice of self-reflection and self-awareness and support others, ask and offer feedback and help (An Everyone Culture - becoming a deliberately developmental organization)