We all need to be clear and conscious in the face of ever-changing environments and situations. That's how nature works, and nature is in all of us.
I work with individuals and organizations to develop capacity, curiosity, and connection. Why? Because those are the things that make life worth living and work worth doing. Everything is moving almost too fast to grasp, but if you have the perspective, tools, and moxie to embrace the unknown, you have everything you need to change yourself, your organization, and your world.
Nature is our most constant and patient teacher. My work is helping you translate nature's language into your life. This is how organizations and individuals go from good to great as well as bringing a sense of sustainability to that growth through seeing employees as real resources to develop.
Mark Morey has a secret: we are all built for connections—to culture, community, each other, and ourselves. He's been examining the inner-workings of these connections through the lens of the natural world for his entire life. You may not see how nature affects your daily work, but it does, whether or not you believe it.
Much of what eludes all of us can be found by placing ourselves in the quiet of nature with a guide who can show us a new way to see. This is what Mark has done for countless individuals as well as companies from large to small, traditional to progressive, software to human services—any organization that needs to find, hold, and amplify an uncommon level of excellence in all they do.
For the last 30 years he has been a national leader in the movement to reconnect humanity to the natural world. He has done this though several organizations that he has founded as well as international events in the Art of Mentoring.
Mark has organized high-performance teams in a dozen US locations as well as Canada, England, Germany, Scotland, Austria and France. His work has taken him inside Google, Harvard, Telluride Venture Accelerator, Boston Startups, and the tech world.