Don't want to wait for a governance meeting?  Want to process a tension right when you sense it? 


If you are a member of a premium GlassFrog organization, you can create what we call an "asynchronous governance proposal".


Here are the steps to create a proposal:


  • If you want to turn an existing tension (resting in your Inbox) into a proposal, check out this article: Inbox.



  • You will see two buttons to the right labeled "Add Agenda Item" and "Add Proposal".  If you already know you want to create a proposal, you can start with the "Add Proposal" button.



  • After you click the "Add Proposal" button, you will be given a choice of your circles.
  • After choosing one of them, a screen will pop up that looks like this:



  • You can enter your tension and then craft a proposal that you think might address it.




That's it!  You have now created an Asynchronous Governance Proposal.



Notes

  • Domains - to add or edit an existing domain you would do so through an existing role
  • Sub-circles - remember that sub-circles are considered "roles" to the super-circle, so new accountabilities and domains can be added to that role here as well
  • Delete - use the small "x" to the far right of the proposal part to remove that part in the proposal.
  • Escalations - any circle member can request to bring your proposal to a governance meeting.  Remember that they just might need some more information to understand your tension or have some information they need to share to make the proposal clearer.  It's not a negative to have an asynchronous proposal raised to a meeting, it's your circle members helping you out!
  • Auto-Accept Time Limit - your circle's Secretary can set a time limit on how long circle members can review an asynchronous proposal before it will automatically become governance.   See this FAQ on how this is done.   The default setting is to have no time out set.