Wilderness Vision combines exploration of the wilderness with modern organisational psychology.
At Wilderness Vision, we provide the essential framework for cultural change processes and organisational development to root. Immersing ourselves in the great outdoors, we find fresh focus, embodiment, perspective shifts, as well as enhanced creativity. Through our partnerships, we offer thoroughly planned team excursions in the mountains, transformative leadership trails, and carefully crafted long-term strategies for cultural change and personal growth.
A team should function as a unified entity, with everyone working towards the same goal. However, many teams consist of individual perspectives rather than genuine collaboration, openness, support, honesty, and creativity.
Through nature-based experiences, exercises, and guided dialogues, team members come together in a different context. Away from daily operations and hierarchical influences, they can see and learn from each other in a new light.
The result of effective team development is a team that moves towards a shared vision, where participants harness their full potential.
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How can this look like? In the embrace of nature, team development takes on a whole new dimension. Picture a group of team members gathered around a campfire, surrounded by trees and the sounds of a flowing river. They engage in team-building activities that require trust, cooperation, creativity and open, honest communication. “These ‘activities’ that are in conventional team-building ‘games’ and ‘exercises’ are always connected to a tangible reality, meaning that the outcome directly impacts how the group experiences being together outdoors.
In the wilderness, team members are exposed to the beauty and vastness of the natural world, which inspires and ignites a sense of adventure. They embark for example on hiking expeditions, traversing peaks and valleys, symbolising the obstacles they face together in their work environment. As they immerse themselves in nature, they discover parallels between the harmony and interconnectedness of the ecosystem and the dynamics of their own team.
Nature-based exercises provide opportunities for reflection, introspection, and personal growth. Whether it’s crossing a river together, building a shelter, or solving a problem as a team, each activity fosters a deeper understanding of individual strengths, weaknesses, and the power of collective effort.
Guided dialogues in nature allow team members to engage in meaningful conversations, free from the distractions of the office. As they share their insights and perspectives, they develop a deeper appreciation for diverse viewpoints and foster a culture of open and honest communication.
In this natural setting, team members witness the tangible results of their collaboration. They experience the power of unity as they work towards a common goal, leveraging each other’s abilities and talents. By embracing nature as their backdrop for team development, they unlock their full potential and emerge as a cohesive, motivated, and high-performing team.
Leadership development is meant for those who seek to grow as leaders and individuals, enhancing their ability to manage stress and find balance between work and family.
Through nature-based experiences, exercises, and guided dialogues, leaders have the opportunity to clear their minds from daily stress. They zoom out, gain clarity, envision possibilities, and inspire one another.
The result is inspiring leadership – a leader with a clear vision, proactive mindset, and the ability to inspire others. Nature also contributes to strengthening sustainable values and fosters the development of agile leadership.
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How can this look like?
Leadership development in nature offers a unique and transformative experience. Imagine a group of leaders gathered in a natural setting, away from the demands and distractions of the corporate world. They engage in activities that challenge their perceptions, expand their capabilities, and foster personal growth.