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Easing Back to Life

Easing Back to Life

In this article, one of our team members explores how The Center for Nature and Leadership (CNL) program, Easing Back to Life, and her experience connecting to nature provided a great opportunity to be intentional about pandemic reemergence and created time to consider what parts of a reimagined life would be valuable to carry forward.

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Easing Back To Life: A Nature-based Leadership Cohort Program for Women

Easing Back To Life: A Nature-based Leadership Cohort Program for Women

As the pandemic eases, it almost feels like we are re-emerging back to life. How do we reflect, revive and begin anew as a leader? “Easing Back to Life” is an opportunity to come back to life through intentional nature-based practices that will awaken your senses, enliven your spirit, and restore your sense of wholeness after a year in which so much was taken away.

Join the Center for Nature & Leadership and a supportive community of women, to learn some practices that will support a conscious, intentional re-emergence.

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Basecamp: Leadership Lessons

Basecamp: Leadership Lessons

In the past, it was believed that human-first, inclusive and transparent approaches to leadership were not productive for moving organizational success (and profitability) forward. That thinking is being disproven. Read more here to find out what lessons we might take away from recent events at Basecamp, the collaboration software company, so that we may become more awake and skilled in our own workplaces.

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Ramadan and Eid in Pandemic Times

Ramadan and Eid in Pandemic Times

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. For Muslims, it is a time of spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and heightened devotion and worship. Read about how our team members, Asra Riaz and Nadia Ali, celebrated Ramadan and Eid, and find out what we can learn from their celebration as we all begin to emerge from the pandemic.

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A Teamwork Tale: Learning and Processing Together

A Teamwork Tale: Learning and Processing Together

In this first-person account of a recent project, some of our team members, Mikayla Branz and Dianne Dickerson, explore the interpersonal journey they took together and what they learned along the way about themselves and each other.

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Burnout and Human-First Leadership

Burnout and Human-First Leadership

My hope is in approaching myself and others with compassion, saying “no” when I need to, and being open to hearing “no” from others can be a starting point for seeking ways to adjust our culture. My hope is that we come to value each other too much to ever want anyone to harm themselves to give us a yes answer. As leaders, it’s up to us to make room for ourselves and each other to be human.

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