What Nature Can Teach us in Times of Crisis and Transition
What Nature Can Teach us in Times of Crisis and Transition with Tamsin Woolley-Barker
The most successful species are those that adapt to change and the same is true in business, organizations, and communities. For hundreds of years, ants and termites and vast underground fungal networks have worked together in huge cities, tens of millions strong, compounding their resources from one generation to the next with no management whatsoever. With just four simple principles, Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker will show how these diverse and independent individuals pool their experience to create rich hotspots of abundance, resilience and health.
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Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker is the founder and principal of TEEM Innovation Group. Tamsin is an Evolutionary Biologist, Anthropologist, and Biomimicry thought leader. She is the author of TEEMING: How Superorganisms Work to Build Infinite Wealth in a Finite World. Her company, TEEM Innovation Group, provides innovation, organization, and strategy to a diverse Fortune 500 clientele, with a bio-inspired toolkit rooted in evolutionary theory and living systems thinking. Current projects include the Bonobo Revolution––a bio-informed movement to increase opportunity and inclusion for women and girls in service of greater collective intelligence––and TEEMLab, an experiential program for reclaiming our human niche as collective conscious cultivators, with virtual programming and immersives in Panama, Sacramento, and San Diego, where Tamsin lives with her three boys. She is currently writing Underneath: Reclaiming Our Thread in Life’s Fabric, with regenerative designer and educator Chris Lopez, and The TEEMING Transformation: Learning from Life’s Most Successful Teams.