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New Work Walk - get out into nature!














New Work: Get out into nature! Managers learn anew and are a "team" with their female employees.















"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." (Albert Einstein)






This famous quote by Albert Einstein underscores the importance that nature has on our understanding of ourselves and our environment. By spending time in nature, leaders and their teams can develop a deeper understanding of their own role, their strengths and weaknesses, and how they interact as a team.

Nature serves as a mirror that shows us how complex systems organize and work together. When we observe the beauty and harmony of nature, we recognize how different elements work together to create balance. This understanding can be applied to the work environment to promote more effective work processes and better collaboration.

By getting out into nature, leaders and their teams can also reconnect with nature. In today's digitized world, we are often surrounded by screens and lose touch with the natural world around us. Immersing ourselves in nature helps us calm our minds, heighten our senses, and develop a deeper connection with the environment. This connection to nature can in turn strengthen our creativity, intuition and mindfulness in our work lives.

Albert Einstein's quote reminds us that nature is a source of knowledge and inspiration. By breaking away from the hustle and bustle of everyday office life and using nature as a learning space, we can gain new perspectives and find innovative solutions to our challenges. Nature offers us endless opportunities for learning, personal development and growth as a team.

At a time when the importance of New Work concepts is becoming increasingly clear, managers should seize the opportunity to lead their teams into nature. By taking Albert Einstein's quote to heart and looking deep into nature, they can inspire their teams to unleash their own potential and grow together. Nature is waiting to reveal its wisdom and beauty to us - we just need to go out and discover it.










Published by Christoph Black

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