What is your Natural Leadership potential?
Are you ready to make a powerful change to your life and to your organisation? Are you ready to deepen your understanding of your Natural Leadership potential and grow your sense of connectedness with your environment? Would you like to develop on different levels (personal, private, professional and public)? Then we offer you the opportunity to participate in our unique Wilderness Leadership Transformation program.
Join a wilderness programme and become a natural leader
Our wilderness programmes are devoted to developing Natural Leadership skills. Their power lies in the huge impact on all who participate. Join up and you’ll be given a unique opportunity to return to your essence, to tune into what Nature offers, and to come back enriched and empowered. You’ll be connected to the present moment on a professional and personal level. And you’ll have what is needed to become a natural leader and to fulfil your ambitions and those of your organisation.
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|Date||25/10/19 - 03/11/19|
|Location||Imfolozi, South Africa|
Natural Leadership for me is knowing my natural values and act upon them accordingly. It gives me a clear compass which I use both in professional and in private life.
In my professional life as a trainer and teamcoach, knowing where I am coming from, supports me practically to create space for others - individuals and teams - to growth. To dare to show themselves and to create exciting results.
Natural Leadership is inspiring us to develop an environment that works for everyone, where people can simply be at their best.
I believe that this way we really can make a difference.
Rodney was born and grew up a few hundred metres away from the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve. This ensured that even as a young boy, Rodney grew up with an interest in nature and wildlife. Rodney has been guiding trails with the Wilderness Leadership School since 2007 and one of the school’s most experienced guides, spending over 2000 hours a year in the wilderness. His brilliant sense of humour and intimate knowledge of the iMfolozi area, wildlife and Zulu culture make him a sought after guide in the area.
Beyond guiding, Rodney also runs a small non-profit in his community focused on youth development and helping people from his village benefit from nature
Are you curious to learn more about this programme? Please send us a message and we will contact you.