Rewilding yourself in the workplace
Join us for a weekend dedicated to all who desire a new regenerative way of coming to life in the workplace.
This weekend is dedicated to diving deep into the wisdom of nature applied to all areas of your life.
We all hear about creativity and innovation non-stop, of new resilient and agile organizations – but what does that mean for the individual?
How can the wild, nature learning basic skills teach you to expand your creativity? How can nature’s rhythm and cycles enrich your life and hold a strong foundation for you? How can you help design your workday, meetings and approach to creative processes in a way that feels expansive and rich?
Nature lends her wisdom to all these questions.
This weekend will support people desiring a new way of showing up in the workplace. We will combine making fire and eating wild, business cases and leadership strategies. Nourishment for the logical mind as well as guiding participants through an embodied experience sensing into the wisdom and intelligence of nature.
Some of the questions we will address:
How can you in the workplace combine the wisdom of nature’s cycles, principles and rhythms to tap into a hidden potential, get inspiration for workflow, team-work, processes and design?
How do you integrate the logic of the left-brain hemisphere and the creative powers of the right-brain hemisphere?
How can you show up in a powerful way deeply rooted in your true essence? A way that restores and regenerates instead of exploit and diminish?
How can you use simple nature skills and approaches as tools in your worklife?
What are the new regenerative business models that respects our precious eco-systems while also catering to the well-being of employees and partners?
What is the DNA of Regenerative Leadership, business and societies?
This weekend is designed to inspire you and infuse you with the tools you need to pave the ways in the workplace towards a new way of embracing the nature within and around in the workplace.
WHEN: May 24th - May 26th, Friday 4 pm – Sunday 4 pm
WHERE: The Forest, Holsteinborgvej 149A, 4243 Rude
PRICE: 5500DKK +VAT.
You arrive between 2:30pm-3.30pm on the Friday
a tent and all the gear you need to sleep comfortably outside
Warm clothes that can ensure you’re warm for an entire weekend outside (we may be inside from time to time – but bring enough warm layers to keep you warm outside for longer periods)
A water bottle
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Who are we?
The weekend will be taught in a powerful collaboration between Carina Lyall and Laura Storm
For the past 10 years Carina has guided women to come closer to nature, their inner and outer wild. She is passionate about working with local and native plants and wildlife, bringing a deeper understanding of the eco-system where we live.
Carina has a popular podcast called ‘Becoming Nature’ where she interviews peers from around the World, on sustainability, the wild, skill building and climate issues. She offers year long mentorships for people who want to build knowledge about and skills to work with the land.
She was born in Northern Canada with deep roots with the indigenous people. She now lives with her family of 5 in the woods. They strive to live off the land with their Permaculture and forest garden.
Laura has spent her entire career working in the intersection between business, leadership, sustainability, climate change policy and innovation leading and creating impact- and purpose-driven organizations, conferences, campaigns and movements.
Currently she dedicates all her work to Regenerators that she started in February 2018 and is getting ready to launch her book on Regenerative Leadership in June 2019 with her colleague and leadership expert Giles Hutchins.
For her work, she has been awarded the title World changer by Greenbiz and is selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader. She serves on multiple Boards – including the Danish Design Council, World Economic Forums Expert Network on sustainable development and climate change. She holds a Master in Political Communication and Leadership, with special focus on sustainability leadership, Copenhagen Business School.