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What is Forest Coaching?

Posted by Cindy Smith Friday, 14th October 2016

I have heard about Forest Coaching. Can you explain more about it?

Posted by Andrew Bone Friday, 14th October 2016

Everything moves in cycles

By studying natural systems, a model for an evolutionarily proven sustainable economy can be deciphered. Competition was hardly invented by people, but rather the daily reality of nature. Flora and fauna are mutually dependent on each other, and profit from the stable long-term balance.

The capitalist free market has 200 years of development behind it. This period could well be described as a roller-coaster ride of crisis-recovery-crisis. <a href="http://umwelt.science/Leute_Rösler_Stefan" target="_blank" title="See a Profile for Stefan Rösler on Umwelt.Science" >Stefan Rösler</a>, nature coaching expert, tells us that nature, with almost 400 million years of evolutionary experience, makes the forest a "treasure trove for innovative strategies and solutions".

The parallels between nature and the economy are unmistakable, and the study of ecosystems brings forth new insights which transfer to goal development, team building and personnel management. Both the economy and natural ecosystems are complex systems, and in order to function efficiently, they needs to be continuous exchange between individuals and units of the system. How Nature manages the new development and decay processes is reflected in the economy as innovation and fluxes of supply and demand.

And now we are in a paradigm of so-called 'post-capitalism', whereby "open source" services, especially with regards information exchange, lead to unprecedneted phenomena in the market economy, such as swarm intelligence. Stefan Rösler uses the example of ants to illustrate the workings of this concept.

To learn more about this fascinating area, go to the <a class="red" href="http://umwelt.science/Portfolios_oecoach " target="_blank" title="Siehe ein Profil von oecoach Stuttgart auf Umwelt.Science" >oecoach</a> pages on Umwelt.Science.

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