In Nature, Culture, and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership, Nina Simons offers practical guidance and inspiration for anyone who aspires to grow into their own unique form of leadership on behalf of positive change.
Learn from and be inspired by women who are leading the way toward transformative social and ecological change.
Weaving her own insights together with reflections from cutting-edge leaders such as Terry Tempest Williams, Jeannette Armstrong, Alixa Garcia, and V (formerly Eve Ensler), Simons illustrates in myriad ways the interconnected nature of the issues we face, shares moving stories of women around the world joining together to create change, and weaves in teachings from indigenous cultures. This revised second edition of Nature, Culture, and the Sacred includes dynamic discussion guides for each chapter offer prompts for engaging with implicit gender biases, anti-racism, and intersectionality, along with interactive practices for individuals and groups to deepen understanding and learning. In this essential handbook for navigating these perilous times with clarity and joy, Nina invites us to remember and reclaim our sacred relationship to the Earth by rebalancing ourselves and our societies.
Watch the book trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4w-E6uy0Zk Nina Simons is an experienced international speaker.
She has worked with nearly a thousand diverse women leaders across disciplines, race, class, age and orientation. In 2017, she received the Goi Peace Award with her husband and partner Kenny Ausubel for “pioneering work to promote nature-inspired innovations for restoring the Earth and our human community.” Past honorees include Bill Gates, James Lovelock, and Deepak Chopra.
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