F2 Weekly #79 | How do you reach common ground❓

//F2 Weekly #79 | How do you reach common ground❓

F2 Weekly #79 | How do you reach common ground❓

F2 Weekly #79 | How do you reach common ground❓

Every now and then operational and behavioural challenges ❓ arise in our packed Founders House which is considered like a second home to over 160 people. ?

How would one usually solve them? ? By implementing rules right? ? Rules like we have at home, in school or in society for example. Although these are essential so we can all co-exist without hurting each other and enforce rights, ☮ we decided to do a bit more than just impose rules per-se to solve our community challenges. ?

Why? Well A – because having rules doesn’t automatically mean that people will also respect them. ?  And B – because Founders Founders isn’t a formal institution and although we could probably achieve something with rules, bosses and processes, we won’t. ? That’s the opposite of what we want and who we are. ?

So how do we reach common ground? By shaping a specific community culture that shares a set of values and behaviours. ?

But beware, we create and define this Founders Founders status quo together with the residents. ??  Each resident contributes and forms ? the community spirit and guidelines. This strategy aligns the aspects between us ? and makes the culture more meaningful to the residents.?

Since the culture is all about having the right attitude and relationships, ? our strategy was and still is to tackle it at its core – each individual. ?

2019-05-28T13:27:16+00:00July 13th, 2018|Newsletter|

Events, Community & More

Everything in a couple of emails a week! Leave your contact here. We promise not to spam you. 


We will treat your personal information with respect (i.e. Name and Email) and only use it for newsletter and event’s invitation purposes. You can withdraw your information at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at [email protected].

For more information about our privacy practices please visit our Privacy Policy website.

Yes you are. Welcome in!