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Sep 10, 2020

TCZ Podcast #124: Andres Roberts: What Can Nature Teach Us About Coaching Teams?

I’m very excited to be joined in this episode on The Team Coaching Zone by Andres Roberts, the founder of the Bio-Leadership Project and co-founder of Way of Nature. Andres' TEDx talk How Would Nature Change Leadership? – quickly made its way onto the global TED platform within weeks of giving the talk. Andres is on a mission to reinvent leadership to be more like nature. He believes we are at ‘sliding doors’ moment in time, in which humanity has the challenge and the opportunity to rewrite the rules of collective progress in history. He argues rather than battling with the old operating systems, making nature our guide might be the most important innovation of our times. Andres left the world of big organisations early on in his career. He has worked and learnt with elders and teachers from around the world, as well as first class partners in organisational learning and development. Andres works with institutions such as Patagonia, the World Benchmarking Alliance and the Amani Institute.

In episode #124 I begin by asking Andres to share his earliest memories of being in nature. We also venture into:

  • What inspired Andres to make leadership and nature his life's work
  • The Bio-Leadership project as a global movement for change
  • Three threads woven into the Bio-Leadership philosophy
  • How some companies are applying the model to reinvent their future
  • How it could inform Team Coaches grappling with a transformation agenda

Learn more about Andres:

For show notes and more information on team coaching go to:

  • https://www.teamcoachingzone.com
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