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Welcome to the CNVC Board section of NVCwiki. The goal of this area is to gradually enable CNVC Board members and others they might select, to edit official documents. It is our hope that two needs may be met in this way. First, the international CNVC Board will be able to collaborate on the creation of official documents by using this wiki interface. Second, anyone interested in better understanding CNVC decisions will be able to watch the documents evolve and add their own comments and suggestions in the Public Comment areas.
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Welcome to the CNVC Leadership Team (LT) section of NVCwiki. The goal of this area is to enable CNVC LT members and others they might select, to edit official documents. It is our hope that two needs may be met in this way. First, the CNVC LT will be able to collaborate on the creation of official documents by using this wiki interface. Second, anyone interested in better understanding CNVC decisions will be able to watch the documents evolve and add their own comments and suggestions in the Public Comment areas. [[CNVC Board]] and LT sections of this wiki until recently were combined due to extensive overlap, but are now maintained separately.
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:'''Note:''' This section is now distinct from the '''[[CNVC Board]]''' and '''[[CNVC GCC]]''' sections.
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:''Tip:'' Click on "Recent changes" in the left column, or "history" above, to quickly see what's new or modified.
 
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=Board Agenda - July Meeting=
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==Announcement==
==1500  Greeting all==
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To Members of the Center for Nonviolent Communication Network,
* Observer policy confirmation & check-in (~20 minutes)
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* Acceptance of agenda - Defer evaluation of John Wiley in position of President (ref April minutes) until August meeting
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We would like to catch you up on some recent changes being made in our administrative structure.
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1.    Jori Manske is no longer filling the position of Interim Executive Director. We are deeply grateful for how she has supported our organization.  She will now be able to put her efforts in her position of Coordinator of the GCC.<br>
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2.  Administrative work previously done within the position of Interim Executive Director will presently be coordinated by our new Office Manager, Margo Pair, supported by the Board and Leadership Team.
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Warmly,<br>
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Board Members and Leadership Team<br>
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John Wiley (Board President), Stefan Wisbauer (Board Vice-President & Secretary), Katherine Singer (Treasurer emeritis), Marshall Rosenberg (Board Member & Leadership Team Functional Leader), Valentina Rosenberg (Board Member & Leadership team Functional Leader), Robert Gonzales (Board Member), Jori Manske (Board Member & Leadership Team - GCC), Jim Manske (Leadership Team - GCC), Anne Wiley (Leadership Team - Synergy), William Poehner (Leadership Team - IT), Danielle Beenders (Leadership Team - Office Representative)
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==Leadership Team Extended Forum Meeting Mon Aug 18, 2008 - Open to Observers==
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You are welcome as an observer to the upcoming Leadership Team Extended
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Forum meeting:
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Date: Mon Aug 18 in North America and Europe
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Time: 9 am in Hawaii, Noon Pacific time, 1 pm Mountain Time, 2 pm Central,
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3 pm Eastern, 4 pm Atlantic, 19:00 GMT / UTC, 8 pm in London, 9 pm in Paris,
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10 pm in Athens, Tues 3 am in Singapore, Tues 5 am in Sydney, Australia.
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The meeting is expected to last 1 hour.
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Call-in Information:
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US bridge line: (712) 432-1600
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Access Code: 680620#
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Local European Dial-in Numbers: (Access Code: 680620# )
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Austria: 0820 4000 1552
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Belgium: 070 35 9974
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France: 0826 100 256
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Germany: 01805 00 76 09
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Ireland: 0818 270 021
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Italy: 848 390 156
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Netherlands: 0870 001 920
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Spain: 902 886025
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Switzerland: 0848 560 179
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UK: 0870 35 204 74
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To listen to a recording of the conference after it occurs:
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Playback Number: (712) 432-1281
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Access Code: 680620#
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Mute / Unmute: *6
  
'''Items for dialogue''' (~ 85 minutes)
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Observer Request
  
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We ask observers to reserve any comments until the time we have set aside
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for feedback (up to 10 minutes toward the end of the meeting). We may also
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include other times for feedback, as our need for that arises and when there
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is sufficient time to listen to and address those comments.
  
==1520 Atlanta Board/GCNVC Meeting==
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Go ahead with the face-to-face Atlanta meeting as scheduled? (Jori) (~10 minutes)
 
  
==1530 GCC Member==
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Agenda:
Consent to Anne Bourritt being on the GCC through December, and/or discuss her ability to participate. (all) (~10 minutes)
 
  
==1540 E.D. Selection Leader==
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1) Check in
Appointment of Process Leader for Transition to Permanent Leadership Arrangement (all) (20mins)
 
  
==1600 Vice-President==
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2) Team status reports - There will be an opportunity to hear brief
Selection of GCC vice-president (all) (~15 minutes)
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updates from each CNVC Leadership Team on their activities over the past
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three months. The Leadership Teams are: Office & Bookstore, Information
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Technology, Educational Services, and the Global Community Circle, as well
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as the Admin Team. Update information will also be sent out in writing
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after the meeting to this egroup.
  
==1615 Name Change==
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3) Check out
Proposal that the Board/GCC adopt the name Global Circle for NonViolent Communication ('''GCNVC''') as our official new  title, and that this name be used in all official publications and  correspondence. This name would replace GCC and CNVC Board by  combining those names to more accurately reflect the global,  sociocratic and representative nature emerging in our organization.  (John Wiley - 15 minutes)
 
  
==1630 Other Potential Agenda Items==
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* Begin discussion of a GCNVC Copyright Policy, and  consideration of a | Copyleft Proposal by Dieudonné Dard and John  Abbe. (John Wiley) (5 minutes)
 
* Response to request for endorsement of 'End War in Iraq'  campaign http://declarationofpeace.org (5 mins)
 
* Request for endorsement of 'Serious Peace Alliance' (Integral  Large Scale Conflict Transformation) (Stefan) (as time permits)
 
  
==1645 Closing round comments== (~15 mintues)
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Warmly,
*Observer check-out (~10 minutes) (short comments -  email  longer  comments to Jori Manske)
 
*What worked?
 
*What did not and what you would have liked instead?
 
*Board check-out (~5 minutes) (short comments - email longer comments to Jori Manske)
 
**  What worked?
 
**  What did not and what you would have liked instead?
 
  
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Margo Pair
  
==OBSERVER REQUEST==
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Administrative Director
We ask non-Board members to reserve any  comments
 
until the time we have set aside for Observer feedback (up to 15
 
minutes toward the end of the meeting) when we will have direct
 
discussion with observers and others in attendance who have  honored
 
us with their presence.  We may also include other times for
 
feedback, as our need for that arises and when there is  sufficient
 
time to listen to and address those comments.
 
  
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Center for Nonviolent Communication
  
=Board Agenda Proposals - July Meeting=
 
Click here to view and edit (protected) the [[Board Agenda Proposals - July Meeting]].
 
  
=Board Meeting Agenda Process Proposal=
 
Click here to view and edit (protected) the [[Board Meeting Agenda Process]] proposal.
 
  
=Board Agenda Proposals - June Meeting=
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Feedback on this Communication:
  
Click here to view and edit (protected) the Draft [[June Agenda]].
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If you would like to provide feedback on this communication, please complete
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the following form:
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http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=p6HBFi7KGIunxxRplWvjNeg&email=true -
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thank you for considering this request to help us manage our
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communication workload.
  
=Old Board Agenda Proposals - May Meeting=
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Warmly,
  
Click here to view and edit (protected) the [[Proposed May Agenda]].
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Glenda Mattinson
  
=Board Policies=
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CNVC Communication Coordinator
Click here to view and edit (protected) the [[Board Policies]].
 
  
=GCC Draft Proposal=
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==30 March 2007 Report on Move==
This is a working document adopted by the CNVC Board May 2006 to create a global leadership group that is inclusive, responsive to, and representative of the entire global NVC community (for example by including sociocratically selected members) and linked into the CNVC board in a manner that allows for effective overall cooperation.
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From Jim Manske
The Global Coordinating Council (GCC) will include members nominated by councils of people from large geographic areas and populations made up of representatives of smaller more localized organizations and will thus provide linking of our community at the local level and to the global level providing the connections that can support our perspective and growth.
 
  
Click the dollowing links to view and edit (protected)  
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Previously the LT cited the following reasons motivating the exploration of a move to Albuquerque (ABQ).  I  have commented briefly on what I have learned in the last 30 days, then added some considerations below.
  
*  The [[GCC Draft Proposal]]
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* Planned future programs, IITs and other training in Albuquerque.
An [[Update on GCC Proposal]] (posted 5 June 2006)
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**There is ample capacity within ABQ to accomodate our needs.
An [[Update on implementation of Sociocracy]] (posted 10 June 2006)
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* People active in CNVC administration are living in Albuquerque.
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**Currently the list includes Marshall, Valentina, Jim and Jori.  Danielle and William intend to move to ABQ.  We have identified two strong candidates with nonprofit management experience for Office Manager living in Albuquerque. (45 Applicants applied.) Miguel and Dee continue to consider moving to ABQ, although at present they are not intending to move there.  Christina and Sol intend to stay in California.  I am not clear on Jenna's intentions in the moment.
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* Cost effective operations.
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**In May 2006, Forbes magazine ranked ABQ #1 in a list of "Best Places for Businesses and Careers".  For the cost of doing business, ABQ ranked 1st among about 200 of the USA's largest metropolotan areas.
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http://www.forbes.com/2006/05/03/06bestplaces_best-places-for-business_land.html
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**It is likely  that CNVC's operational expenses will be reduced in ABQ. The location we will be occupying initially will likely be significantly less expensive than the office and storage facilities in La Crescenta.
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* Reduced cost of living for office staff.
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                                Composite index Groceries Housing Utilities    Transportation  Health care Misc. goods/services
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                Albuquerque, N.M. 103.3   100.2 107.9     122.3     100.0 96.8         96.8
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                Los Angeles, Calif. 153.1   120.2 245.4     121.3     116.5 114.2         111.7
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http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0883960.html
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* Friendlier regulatory environment for non-profit operation.
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* Easy access to international airport.
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**The ABQ "Sunport" is 15 minutes or less from virtually any part of ABQ. It is serviced by major carriers including Southwest, Northwest, Delta, and USAirway/AmericaWest
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* Growing local NVC community that is receptive to hosting the CNVC office.
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**There are currently about 900-1000 people on the NM-NVC mail list.  NVC has a presence in local schools, government agencies, jails, mediation community, several businesses, the therapeutic community, the spiritual community etc.
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**Two of the candidates for the recent office manager position emerged from the NVC community. Another was connected to the Nonviolent Peaceforce community which has been an ally of NVC for many years.
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* Volunteer community available.
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**We have already received several offers of volunteer service.
  
=Criteria For CEO Selection=
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'''Remaining Considerations:'''
A draft outline of characteristics offered for consideration in generating a List of Criteria for selection of a CEO for CNVC.
 
  
Click here to view and edit (protected) the [[Criteria For CEO Selection]].
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*Financial Cost of Move. 
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**We won't know til we get there, but I would estimate this to be at least $20,000 and could be as high as $50,000. We have not yet received requests from employees who are not going to ABQ, and we do not have accurate estimates of the costs associated with moving the employees who are going.  Moving estimates for some office equipment, files, records, etc are approximately $14000.  One bidder may be able to save us 25%, but he will not give us the bid until next week.  Replacement cost of unmoved items (if we decide to leave office equipment behind) is likely to be at least several thousand dollars, and there is still some stuff (eg files, inventory, records, telephone system, computers, etc that still will be moved at some cost.)  
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*Timing.
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**We have two strong candidates for the office manager position who will be ready to go to work with 2 weeks notice to their current employers.
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**Preparation work has begun in the LA office, and we have a long way to go!
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**Minor problem with internet/telephone infrastructure.  (Not a show stopper, according to William)
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**Interruption of service to our community, especially book and material orders.
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**We need to strategize on how to inform previous customers of our new location, and implement ASAP.
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*Focus on moving distracts from other important projects, eg IT and GCC
  
=CNVC IT Committee=
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'''Conclusions'''
Click here to visit the [[CNVC_IT_Committee| CNVC Information Technology]] (IT) page on NVCwiki.
 
  
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I would recommend that the LT make a commitment to moving to Albuquerque as soon as possible with a target date of May 7.  The clarity of that decision will help to focus the staff on contributing the resources necessary to accomplish the move with as much ease and grace as possible.  It will also contribute to the staff members so that they can plan their next movesIt will also contribute to creating stability as we will be enabled to commit to hiring a new office manager.
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=LT Minutes & Agenda - February 5, 2007 Meeting=
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[[LT Minutes & Agenda - February 5, 2007 Meeting]]
  
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=LT Minutes - December 22 Meeting=
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[[LT Minutes - December 22, 2006]]
  
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=LT Minutes - December 8, 2006 Meeting=
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[[LT Minutes - December 8, 2006 Meeting]]
  
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[[LT Agenda December 8, 2006 Meeting]]
  
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=LT Position Descriptions=
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[[LT Position Descriptions - 12/06]]
  
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[[LT Minutes - November 15, 2006 Meeting]]
  
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=LT Agenda - November 15, 2006 Meeting=
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Latest revision as of 00:31, 15 August 2008

Welcome to the CNVC Leadership Team (LT) section of NVCwiki. The goal of this area is to enable CNVC LT members and others they might select, to edit official documents. It is our hope that two needs may be met in this way. First, the CNVC LT will be able to collaborate on the creation of official documents by using this wiki interface. Second, anyone interested in better understanding CNVC decisions will be able to watch the documents evolve and add their own comments and suggestions in the Public Comment areas. CNVC Board and LT sections of this wiki until recently were combined due to extensive overlap, but are now maintained separately.

Note: This section is now distinct from the CNVC Board and CNVC GCC sections.
Tip: Click on "Recent changes" in the left column, or "history" above, to quickly see what's new or modified.

Announcement

To Members of the Center for Nonviolent Communication Network,

We would like to catch you up on some recent changes being made in our administrative structure.

1. Jori Manske is no longer filling the position of Interim Executive Director. We are deeply grateful for how she has supported our organization. She will now be able to put her efforts in her position of Coordinator of the GCC.
2. Administrative work previously done within the position of Interim Executive Director will presently be coordinated by our new Office Manager, Margo Pair, supported by the Board and Leadership Team.

Warmly,
Board Members and Leadership Team
John Wiley (Board President), Stefan Wisbauer (Board Vice-President & Secretary), Katherine Singer (Treasurer emeritis), Marshall Rosenberg (Board Member & Leadership Team Functional Leader), Valentina Rosenberg (Board Member & Leadership team Functional Leader), Robert Gonzales (Board Member), Jori Manske (Board Member & Leadership Team - GCC), Jim Manske (Leadership Team - GCC), Anne Wiley (Leadership Team - Synergy), William Poehner (Leadership Team - IT), Danielle Beenders (Leadership Team - Office Representative)

Leadership Team Extended Forum Meeting Mon Aug 18, 2008 - Open to Observers

You are welcome as an observer to the upcoming Leadership Team Extended Forum meeting:

Date: Mon Aug 18 in North America and Europe

Time: 9 am in Hawaii, Noon Pacific time, 1 pm Mountain Time, 2 pm Central, 3 pm Eastern, 4 pm Atlantic, 19:00 GMT / UTC, 8 pm in London, 9 pm in Paris, 10 pm in Athens, Tues 3 am in Singapore, Tues 5 am in Sydney, Australia. The meeting is expected to last 1 hour.

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Call-in Information:

US bridge line: (712) 432-1600 Access Code: 680620#

Local European Dial-in Numbers: (Access Code: 680620# ) Austria: 0820 4000 1552 Belgium: 070 35 9974 France: 0826 100 256 Germany: 01805 00 76 09 Ireland: 0818 270 021 Italy: 848 390 156 Netherlands: 0870 001 920 Spain: 902 886025 Switzerland: 0848 560 179 UK: 0870 35 204 74

To listen to a recording of the conference after it occurs: Playback Number: (712) 432-1281 Access Code: 680620#

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Mute / Unmute: *6

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Observer Request

We ask observers to reserve any comments until the time we have set aside for feedback (up to 10 minutes toward the end of the meeting). We may also include other times for feedback, as our need for that arises and when there is sufficient time to listen to and address those comments.

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Agenda:

1) Check in

2) Team status reports - There will be an opportunity to hear brief updates from each CNVC Leadership Team on their activities over the past three months. The Leadership Teams are: Office & Bookstore, Information Technology, Educational Services, and the Global Community Circle, as well as the Admin Team. Update information will also be sent out in writing after the meeting to this egroup.

3) Check out

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Warmly,

Margo Pair

Administrative Director

Center for Nonviolent Communication


Feedback on this Communication:

If you would like to provide feedback on this communication, please complete the following form: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=p6HBFi7KGIunxxRplWvjNeg&email=true - thank you for considering this request to help us manage our communication workload.

Warmly,

Glenda Mattinson

CNVC Communication Coordinator

30 March 2007 Report on Move

From Jim Manske

Previously the LT cited the following reasons motivating the exploration of a move to Albuquerque (ABQ). I have commented briefly on what I have learned in the last 30 days, then added some considerations below.

  • Planned future programs, IITs and other training in Albuquerque.
    • There is ample capacity within ABQ to accomodate our needs.
  • People active in CNVC administration are living in Albuquerque.
    • Currently the list includes Marshall, Valentina, Jim and Jori. Danielle and William intend to move to ABQ. We have identified two strong candidates with nonprofit management experience for Office Manager living in Albuquerque. (45 Applicants applied.) Miguel and Dee continue to consider moving to ABQ, although at present they are not intending to move there. Christina and Sol intend to stay in California. I am not clear on Jenna's intentions in the moment.
  • Cost effective operations.
    • In May 2006, Forbes magazine ranked ABQ #1 in a list of "Best Places for Businesses and Careers". For the cost of doing business, ABQ ranked 1st among about 200 of the USA's largest metropolotan areas.

http://www.forbes.com/2006/05/03/06bestplaces_best-places-for-business_land.html

    • It is likely that CNVC's operational expenses will be reduced in ABQ. The location we will be occupying initially will likely be significantly less expensive than the office and storage facilities in La Crescenta.
  • Reduced cost of living for office staff.
                                Composite index Groceries	Housing	 Utilities    Transportation  Health care	Misc. goods/services
                Albuquerque, N.M.	103.3	   100.2	107.9	    122.3	    100.0	96.8	         96.8
                Los Angeles, Calif.	153.1	   120.2	245.4	    121.3	    116.5	114.2	         111.7

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0883960.html

  • Friendlier regulatory environment for non-profit operation.
  • Easy access to international airport.
    • The ABQ "Sunport" is 15 minutes or less from virtually any part of ABQ. It is serviced by major carriers including Southwest, Northwest, Delta, and USAirway/AmericaWest
  • Growing local NVC community that is receptive to hosting the CNVC office.
    • There are currently about 900-1000 people on the NM-NVC mail list. NVC has a presence in local schools, government agencies, jails, mediation community, several businesses, the therapeutic community, the spiritual community etc.
    • Two of the candidates for the recent office manager position emerged from the NVC community. Another was connected to the Nonviolent Peaceforce community which has been an ally of NVC for many years.
  • Volunteer community available.
    • We have already received several offers of volunteer service.

Remaining Considerations:

  • Financial Cost of Move.
    • We won't know til we get there, but I would estimate this to be at least $20,000 and could be as high as $50,000. We have not yet received requests from employees who are not going to ABQ, and we do not have accurate estimates of the costs associated with moving the employees who are going. Moving estimates for some office equipment, files, records, etc are approximately $14000. One bidder may be able to save us 25%, but he will not give us the bid until next week. Replacement cost of unmoved items (if we decide to leave office equipment behind) is likely to be at least several thousand dollars, and there is still some stuff (eg files, inventory, records, telephone system, computers, etc that still will be moved at some cost.)
  • Timing.
    • We have two strong candidates for the office manager position who will be ready to go to work with 2 weeks notice to their current employers.
    • Preparation work has begun in the LA office, and we have a long way to go!
    • Minor problem with internet/telephone infrastructure. (Not a show stopper, according to William)
    • Interruption of service to our community, especially book and material orders.
    • We need to strategize on how to inform previous customers of our new location, and implement ASAP.
  • Focus on moving distracts from other important projects, eg IT and GCC

Conclusions

I would recommend that the LT make a commitment to moving to Albuquerque as soon as possible with a target date of May 7. The clarity of that decision will help to focus the staff on contributing the resources necessary to accomplish the move with as much ease and grace as possible. It will also contribute to the staff members so that they can plan their next moves. It will also contribute to creating stability as we will be enabled to commit to hiring a new office manager.

LT Minutes & Agenda - February 5, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes & Agenda - February 5, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes & Agenda - January 19, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes & Agenda - January 19, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes & Agenda - January 5, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes & Agenda - January 5, 2007 Meeting

LT Minutes - December 22 Meeting

LT Minutes - December 22, 2006

LT Minutes - December 8, 2006 Meeting

LT Minutes - December 8, 2006 Meeting

LT Agenda - December 8, 2006 Meeting

LT Agenda December 8, 2006 Meeting

LT Position Descriptions

LT Position Descriptions - 12/06

LT Minutes - November 15, 2006 Meeting

LT Minutes - November 15, 2006 Meeting

LT Agenda - November 15, 2006 Meeting

LT Agenda November 15, 2006 Meeting

How To Edit

Once LT/Board members have logged in they can click "edit" in one of these "Protected" areas on the right margin of the section they're interested in. This opens an editing window. Next, scroll down in the text inside the edit box to add your comments or make changes.

Anyone (not just LT/Board members) can edit on the discussion ("Talk") page for each section, without the need to log in first.

If you change your mind about editing, just click "Cancel" at the bottom of the page. To see what your edit will look like before you save it, click "Show preview" at the bottom of the page (note that you'll then probably need to scroll down the main page to see the edit box, which itself has a scroll bar).

For more information, see the Help page on this wiki.