Arc7 Teams

Arc 7 Organization Model Includes 7 Energy Centers

Just as we have 7 chakras that are the main energy centers of the human body
regulating the flow of energy to every cell,
our organization model has 7 energy centers
that will organize the flow of energy to everyone involved.

Which center is closest aligned with your life purpose?

Why not spearhead a project?

7 Roles in Every Circle

Teams:

Survival

Team
Members

Resource
Generators

Health
Practitioners
& Healers

 

Educator
Influencers

Conscious
Creators

Event
Organizers

Think Tank
Organizers

Arcology
Organizers

Team
Focus

ECONOMICS

HEALTH

 

EDUCATION

AWARENESS

GATHERING

GOVERNANCE

SUSTAINABILITY

Team
Objectives

Financial
Well-Being

Physical
Well-Being

Personal
Well-Being

Emotional
Well-Being

Social
Well-Being

Career
Well-Being

Global
Well-Being

Role Descriptions

Treasurer

The Treasurer keeps a transparent log of the think tank’s financial activity. Each think tank member pays $30. The first $10 is for crowd funding the projects they initiate. The remaining $20 is paid out in commissions. Think tanks can earn additional income by offering classes, workshops, retreats, fundraisers, and awareness events.

Circle Rep *

The circle rep represents the circle to which  s/he belongs and helps resolve tensions as they arise between circles. In addition, the Rep keeps the think tank focused on creating an environment of well-being for every member during a think tank by teaching non-violent communication and makes sure that everyone feels welcome and heard. When the think tank chooses a project, the Rep makes sure that the project itself also continues with that  mission, filling a specific gap in the lives of the members of the think tank in order to improve well-being.

 

Facilitator*

This role helps the think tank stick to the Circles method of governance.

 

Public Relations Rep / Video Blog

At every stage of a project the Public Relations Rep will creatively present pictures, videos and information to the video blog on GlobalWell-Being.TV.  New members can get a feel for the project and choose to get involved by
reviewing the blog. The public can view the progress of the circle by visiting the blog and bring questions to the Public Relations Rep.

 

Secretary*

The Secretary handles relations with members and with the public. It’s up to the Managing Secretary to set the time and date for think tanks and to notify each of the members by email . All correspondence will go through the Managing Secretary as well as public relations.  If there is a question that the Managing Secretary can’t answer, it will be forwarded to one of the other roles in the think tank.

 

Tech Support

The Tech Support role facilitates online meetings, sets up the screen sharing software, and helps the members join in. Tech Support will go to the Glass Frog software online to enter the details of your project. Additional roles can be added as new members join the project.  Roles can be updated or re-arranged any time during a think tank. The organization is always morphing and evolving with the help of Tech Support.

 

Circle Lead*

The Circle Lead will be physically involved in projects and help to build environments of well-being in the work site by ensuring that each role is upheld and respected and that each member is free to live their life purpose in the
manner that assists them towards highest well-being. The lead will lead meetings and facilitate group discussions.

 

*The roles that have an asterisk are part of the glass frog method of self-governance.
The three without asterisks complete our own organization structure with 7 centers.
Combined, these two systems support the seven centers.