#NWASUST 🎙️𝐏𝐨𝐝𝐜𝐚𝐬𝐭 𝐄𝐩𝐢𝐬𝐨𝐝𝐞 4 𝐢𝐬 𝐨𝐮𝐭🎉: ecology meets liberating structures with Jeremy Akers.
How do you bring new work and sustainability together?
In this episode we suggest using liberating structures as thinking and practice tools to activate, enable, and embody ecological thinking. LS allow you and your teams to navigate hands on ecology and systems thinking.
In detail we talk about:
🔹What are liberating structures and why and how do they matter for your work?
🔹What is ecology and how can liberating structures support your sustainability work?
🔹What are social impact DAOs and how are they a place where new work and sustainability come together?
👉🏻 🎙️🎧 Join the podcast “New Work and Sustainability” with Jeremy Akers on “ecology meets liberating structures” to learn what this is all about, why it matters and how you can start your journey as a regenerative leader.
📝Read my blog article for a deep dive
🎯 💪 Practice new work methods and liberating structures in the communities of practice I run:
🤝🏻 work with me and get in touch with me to continue the discussion on Linked in or write me an email info[a]nicole-helmerich.com
✍🏻 📢 share your thoughts with us in the comments of the linked in post
Jeremy Akers spreads the gospel of change full heartedly. He’s happiest enabling agency, in assemblages towards prosocial outcomes by using interaction game design and Liberating Structures. He believes that the future of leadership looks like coaching and facilitation, his work as an agile coach foregrounds communication, coordination, and collaboration. He is a pioneer and active in social impact DAOs and web3 movements such as Regens Unite, Refi Spring and regenerative finance (ReFi). He lives in Amsterdam and works in Europe. Connect with him on LinkedIn and find out more about his work everywhere online under thegospelofchange.
Let us continue the discussion and connect on LinkedIn and dive deeper into today’s topic with my blog articles.
Want to work with me? Write me an email: info[a]nicole-helmerich.com or a LinkedIn DM.
THANKS TO SIMON SCHULTZ FOR MAKING US SOUND GOOD!