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GWI Team

Thank you to everyone who has been following GWI’s blog series on our journey of transitioning to a Worker Self-Directed Nonprofit. The response has been incredibly positive and thought-provoking. 

We will be taking a brief hiatus from posting as we wrap up 2019 and prepare to put our 2020 plans in action. We’ve been having some great conversations about what we will share when we resume posting in January. Something we’ve been thinking a lot about is  how roles function in a Worker Self-Directed Nonprofit and how we work together in our various capacities as circle members, workers, and trustees of the organization. We also have a ton of new policies we are putting the final touches on, and we will be sharing those with you all as soon as they are approved by our General Circle and the GWI Board. 

In the meantime, you can stay on top of GWI events and offerings on Facebook or Instagram. Happy end of the year to all of you!

We launched this series of posts in September 2019 to share our journey of moving from a traditional hierarchical nonprofit to a worker self-directed nonprofit. Over the weeks and months, we have posted regularly, detailing important milestones and sharing our experiences. We envision this series to be a companion to the formal policies we will share at the end of our transition. We are on a journey – as a team, as individuals, and as a part of this community. We are hoping that by opening up this transition it might help others take the first steps towards sharing power in their workplaces.

This series combines more formal articles from the team about the organizational transition to a worker self-directed nonprofit, describing the steps we have taken, and “Notes from the Field” journal entries sharing our personal experiences. We hope you find it useful and inspiring! Let us know what it sparks for you.

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