Telluride’s TNCC: Healing Leaders and Red Wigglers?

Telluride’s TNCC: Healing Leaders and Red Wigglers?

House2by Kris Holsrom

My life is full of diverse interests, but really, leadership and worm bins? Hand on a Bible, true.

This week I’m attending a Collaborative Leader workshop at Healing Leaders down in beautiful McElmo Canyon, just outside of Cortez.  What’s it all about?

According to the website,  “a healing leader is one who creates an environment of open communication, respect for each person’s role and contributions, a common, compelling vision for the organization and a collaborative ethic.” 

The specific workshop I’m taking, “The Collaborative Leader,”  teaches leaders “strategies and techniques to create an environment of collaboration, openness, and teamwork, so vital to making an organization effective.”

Worms The course comes highly recommended and has been on my list of desired training for some time. With the way of the world these days its lessons seem more needed than ever. And how in the world does a leadership training relate to red wigglers? The common theme: fertile ground. One prepares our mental landscape for fertile ideas and collaborations. The other uses natural abilities to create premium fertilizer for building the regenerative capacity of soil.

If you don’t have time for a three-day workshop to improve your mental landscape, come to our Compost 102, March 23, 6:00 pm, at Eco-Adventures (between Heritage Plaza and the Conference Center) in the Mountain Village.

You need to RSVP to 970-728-5208, 970-728-1340 or and bring $30. You’ll go home with your very own worm bin, stocked with a pound of worms, ready to be fed your organic wastes.

I’ll feed my mind, you feed your soil!

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