Peer Pods for the Planet Connection, confidence, purpose, perseverance = resilient leadership
To survive frigid temperatures, penguins in Antarctica huddle to stay warm, rotating out from the center of the circle to make sure no individual is left outtoo longin the cold. Penguin circles are a fitting metaphor for peer coaching groups, safe spaces in which participants lean on each other for support, and together become more resilient.
At Luneer Collective, we are focused on strengtheningties among women in the environment space, and equipping them with the insights and support they need to be resilient leaders.One of the ways we're doing this is throughPeer Pods for the Planet,a 10-week peer coaching program to help leaders address the challenges and uncertainties they face. Led by professional coaches, participants take deep dives into their leadership challenges, encircled by a talented, diverse group of women who ask powerful questions and share insights. Conversations are confidential, and center on goal setting and growth.Register now to claim your spot.
Benefits of peer coaching Participants describe peer coaching as a safe space to get know oneself, to process problems, to try on new ideas and approaches. A place where they feel validated, where they learn to really listen to and coach others. The deep, authentic bonds that form can last for years. We all need strong, supportive relationships and places where we can take a breath, take stock, and reflect on how we want to show up as leaders now.Leaders who are purposeful, connected, confident and determined - the hallmarks of resilience - can make a positive impact in the world.
You belong in a peer pod if ...
·You want to really understand why you struggle with (fill in the blank) because youknowit's holding you back from leading the change you want to see in the world. ·You're ready to step up and lead environmental challenges but aren't sure where, or how, to take the next steps. ·You've been promoted to a leadership role and are feeling in over your head (but you can't talk to anyone because then they'll think you don't know what you're doing!). ·You want to work through issues that keep coming up in your leadership and get back to safeguarding the planet.
·Increase self-awareness ·Identify and address leadership challenges ·Build resilience, through community, confidence and a renewed sense of purpose ·Craft a leadership action plan ·Enhance leadership skills to achieve your goals and greater conservation outcomes ·Expand your network of like-missioned peers
Summer Sessions Tuesdays, June 9 – August 11, 12:00-1:00 PM Eastern Time (USA / Canada) OR Thursdays, June 11 – August 13, 12:00-1:00 PM Eastern Time (USA / Canada) Find local time here Registration closes Wednesday, June 3, 2020.
P.S.Our special offer of a $200 reduction in tuition isavailableuntil June 3.(This offer is not transferable). Coupon code: PEERPODOFFER
Questions?Learn more about the benefits of belonging to a peer podhere.
To Prospective Applicants and Professionals: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is sharing its current list of position vacancy announcements on USAJOBS.
Career Vacancies To view and apply for FWS positions, please click here: FWS Vacancy Announcements. If you have a question about a specific position vacancy, please contact the Human Resources point of contact listed at the bottom of the announcement. For more information about FWS job opportunities and employee benefits, please visit our FWS Human Resources page.
Internships Students interested in wildlife conservation and stewardship are encouraged to apply for our paid internships through our partnership organizations. Opportunities with FWS and other conservation agencies throughout the country can be found on the following partner's websites: