Please note that the time listed is Pacific Time: 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
This workshop is part of Resilience and Possibility in These Times.
A recording of the workshop is available if you would like to review it.
The COVID-19 pandemic caught the world by surprise, and the disruption of our health, economic, and political systems will forever change the world. These systems, which were built around the assumption that we are separate from everyone and everything, are unable to respond effectively to disruption. What else becomes possible when we look at the pandemic from a different lens?
Join Dr. Kathleen Allen for a workshop exploring a living system paradigm, which emphasizes our fundamental interconnectedness, and the opportunities that it offers for bringing forth a thriving, just, and sustainable world during these times of disruption.
About the Presenter
Kathleen Allen has a Doctorate in Leadership, and specializes in leadership coaching and organizational change in non-profit organizations, foundations, and collaborative networks. Her recent book Leading from the Roots: Nature-Inspired Leadership Lessons for Today's World uses nature as a model, mentor, and muse to rethink how leadership is practiced today, and she recently spoke about Nature-Inspired Leadership with the Pachamama Alliance community.