While commitment is noble, change requires action. As ChangeMakers we must hold ourselves and others accountable to our commitments. How will you hold these these nations accountable? How will you hold your own country’s leaders accountable? How will you let your local leaders know your concerns? How will you be a catalyst for change?
Some unsettling shifts have taken place. People have found themselves working for an organization whose values don’t match their own, or for a mission that they don’t believe is worth their precious life energy. Given the environmental and social changes that the world is experiencing, people are looking to better align their professional work to help address the world’s needs. Shape our programming by sharing your experience and feedback in our short 5 minute survey. We need to hear from those on the front lines of these issues!
There’s another alternative to traditional mentoring. The design is so simple that we’ve failed to see it because it’s all around us. It’s nature. We’ve turned traditional mentoring on its head by using four of the nine laws of nature. Find out what the results is…
Nature is our first and greatest mentor. It’s magnificence reminds us of our place in the natural order — helping us to think and act in ever-widening circles, considering the impact of our decisions on the more-than-human world. These five books highlight the important role nature plays in understanding ourselves, our role in the world and in providing solutions to the complex challenges of our time.