Episode #234 | Nina Simons, Nature, Culture, & the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership

What does women’s leadership look like? And how does that differ from men’s? In her latest book, Nina Simons talks about this, and much, much more. Sandra Ingerman wrote about the book: "Nina listened to the call of her soul and stepped into her role of waking women up to the need to embrace their leadership abilities."

In Nature, Culture & the Sacred; A Woman Listens for Leadership”  Simons replaces the old patriarchal leadership paradigm with a more feminine-inflected style that illustrates the interconnected nature of the challenges we face today. Braiding together essays, poetry and interviews, Simons shares inspiring stories of women around the world who are leading the way towards transformational change by cultivating vibrant movements for social and environmental justice.

Nina Simons is an award-winning social entrepreneur and international public speaker who is passionate about healing our relationship with the natural world, women’s leadership and beloved community. She is Co-founder of Bioneers and its Everywoman’s Leadership program. She brings her infectious vision of re-imagining how to live on Earth and with each other into organizations and training settings. Nina co-facilitates transformative leadership intensives on Leading through Relational Mindfulness at Esalen and elsewhere. 

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