Welcome to Holaspirit !
We'll show you how easy it is to get up and running with Holaspirit. This quick walkthrough introduces you to Holaspirit's main features and show you how you can develop new practices, driven by purpose, decentralized authority and achieve greater clarity and transparency with Holaspirit.
Watch our videos demo to find how to perform some basic features to get started with your organization.
This video will show you:
How to change your organization's settings
How to add a purpose to your organization
How to create new circles and roles
How to create role templates
How to define your circle's rules
How to add new members
Below, you will find everything you need to be up-and-running in no time.
1. How is Holaspirit organized?
Discover your role-based organization
2. Start to design your organization
Editing the broadest circle in the organization will allow you to lay the first stone of your organization. You just need to be a member of that circle to be able to work on it!
Add Roles and Circles
You first need to create the structure of your organization. You need to be a member to add Roles to a Circle.
Add Roles Templates
Save time, create/edit Roles Templates and import them in the Circle of your organization.
3. Choose your org chart
Whether you’re a typical top-down operation, a modern holacracy, or anything in between, you'll be able to choose the chart that best fits your organization needs.
Go to you chart settings to set this up!
4. Define the rules in your organization
Set up the circle settings: Distribute accountabilities among core roles and put someone in charge.
5. Invite new members to your organization
Invite your colleagues
Involve the people who will be working in the Roles.
Find the option to Add Member under the Management of users section of the Admin menu.
What if some users do not require full access to the tool? Check out the different user type (Admins, Member, Inactive) and choose the right one depending on your needs.
Need to import a list of users? Contact us at [email protected]
6. Assign members to roles
People need to be in roles to begin work and to start evolving the organization. Have the role in charge of assignation assign members to existing roles.