Leading Like The Forest Monthly Conversation Series

Are you Passionate About Social Change, but sometimes feel disheartened & burned-out, and you're ready for a perspective that integrates a deeply-rooted spirituality into your work for social justice and environmental sanity?

In this monthly conversation series, Leading Like The Forest, we explore why its so essential to respond directly to your unique calling and to come together with other change makers who are listening deeply to the "collective call" that we are all hearing.

In these times of complexity, turbulence and convergent crises, trees are important role models in our movements for social change. They stand tall in their “leadership” because their roots are interconnected.

Trees are literally holding onto each other - and at this time, we need to do the same - by intentionally coming together through community practices like leadership councils.


In these Open Conversations, you will have the opportunity to:

  1. Hear a point-of-view that focuses on the need for leadership capacity, subtle activism and collective impact, as the primary vehicles for social change that resonates with truth.
  2. Deepen your connection to your personal calling as a unique thread within the web-of-life
  3. Acknowledge & appreciate how you are already showing up for what you care about
  4. Locate your growing edge and be invited to gently stretch into it
  5. Learn simple sound practices to heal, renew and awaken new capacities in yourself


I am especially excited to share this point of view in the upcoming Open Conversations because of the in-depth research that I have been engaged in, through my graduate program in Organizational Leadership.  

In the last 3 months, I have interviewed twelve socially conscious organizational leaders, had informal conversations with ten others, and attended inspiring events on local economy, sustainability, social entrepreneurship and climate change.

All of that to say that there is new clarity and refinement in this upcoming Open Conversation.


see you next week,



Lev Natan