Jan 28, 2016
Lea Ann Mallett is a life-long wilderness and environmental activist who is using her unique leadership experiences in coaching social impact entrepreneurs.
She is a wild woman who believes fiercely that we all have a wild place within us that feeds our magic. Her greatest passion is to support people in reconnecting with their core wild place that takes them to the next level of world changing impact.
In her activism she has journeyed from direct action wilderness activist to nonprofit Executive Director, and from tree sitting for three days to protest clear-cut logging to leading forest protests and creating thriving non-profits.
During this episode, Lea Ann shares her passion for activism and her philosophy that while taking big actions is valuable, it's the small things that we do every day that lead to the biggest changes. Lea Ann points out the ways in which we can be better leaders, parents, and citizens of world, and how we can use our natural strengths to support larger initiatives in simple yet profound ways.
We are all activists in Lea Ann's view and it's our responsibility to use our everyday opportunities to embody the change we want to see in the world.
For more information on Lea Ann's leadership coaching for non-profit leaders and their teams, visit www.LeaAnnMallett.com
Lea Ann is also generously offering a free 2-hour deep-dive coaching session to all our listeners. You can contact Lea Ann through her website to schedule your session.