News for February, 2012

Mother Nature, CEO

By Nathan Gray 6 February, 2012

This experience occurred between January 28 and February 5, 2012. Here is a video that Lamont (Monty) Hemple, PhD, shot of the adventure part of the Mother Nature, CEO program: See video. Mony is Hedco Professor and Director of the Center for Environmental Studies, University of Redlands. He is the founder and immediate past president of the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) and serves on the executive committee of the national Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (CEDD).

In the company of internationally renowned business leaders, scientists, and musicians, began a week-long learning adventure at Earth Train’s 10,000-acres Mamoní Valley Preserve on the Pacific side of the continental divide, crossed the forested territory of the indigenous Guna in kayaks, and we relaxed on a white sand island in Guna Yala, named by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s ten most incredible paradises.

We explored:

  • The latest insights we are gaining from Nature about social organization; cooperation and “coopetition”; social networking; applying ecological tools in the business environment; and more.
  • The most effective ways of using natural environments as executive training and learning resources.
  • Nature and the arts -especially music- to help stimulate creativity and develop pattern-recognition skills.

Click here to get more details about this exclusive seminar.

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