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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.
It has been a year full of hardships and change, sprinkled with the occasional silver lining but the struggle is real. The long-term effects of these challenging events will not be fully known for some time, but we DO know that in times of significant stress, cultivating mindfulness allows us to stay in the present and increases both our effectiveness and personal well-being. A simple mantra to remember when the stress begins to overwhelm is to “Begin with BREATH.”
As we set our goals and create plans for this year, it is important to look back at how our lives have been changed significantly in the past months. From working at home to homeschooling kids, increased daily distractions became part of all these changes. Here are some of the things I want to highlight from Eyal’s book that resonated with me, and I hope you will find them useful, too…
Do you feel anxious when the topic of race comes up? Do you know what the words diversity, equity, and inclusion really mean? What is intersectionality? How do these words apply to our daily lives? Integrated Work is offering an interactive session to explore concepts related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Are you a boomer with a “love and hate” relationship with Zoom? Here’s our take on the boomer-turned-Zoomer dilemma. Also, don’t miss how we used Zoom during our team’s staff retreat.
The diversity and inclusion concept of cultural humility is an instrument employed by institutions and organizations that seek to achieve cultural transformation. In her TEDx talk on Cultural Humility, Juliana Mosley challenges us to practice cultural humility so we may observe our own personal biases and collectively learn to embrace, appreciate, and live communally with those who are different from us.