IMG_0337Can the Five Elements of Adventure improve leadership and team development in your organization?

The word “audit” is not a punitive. It doesn’t connote negativity. The word “audit” deserves more respect than it gets; it’s a tool to take stock of what is working, what’s not working, and what needs attention.

We recently created a quick 3-minute leadership audit to examine how present and engaged the Five Elements of Adventure are in the teams and leaders we work with. The results and insights gained from the audit have been so powerful that we have decided to make the audit available to everyone.

While it is a quick exercise, the information gathered from the leadership audit offers a glimpse into the trends and patterns of behavior and function in your group that yield success and also impede and create roadblocks.

Click Here to Take our 3-minute Leadership Audit now.

Take a few minutes, take the audit, and share the link with others on your team. After you submit your responses, we will connect directly with you to go over the results and offer insight from our perspective and experience; find out how engaged the Five Elements of Adventure are in your organization and how to employ them for clarity, increased productivity, and more effective team function.

Don’t let the word “audit” get in the way of examining the good, the bad, and the areas needing sharpening and focus for your team and your personal leadership.

At Matt Walker Adventure we support team and leadership development through the lens of adventure. Our team of of experts employ the Five Elements of Adventure as a framework to support high performing teams, leaders, and organizations. Whether your team needs a tune-up, an audit, or a strong foundation to build upon our keynotes, workshops, and team development experiences support your development and are focused on your summit success.Connect directly with Matt Walker to learn more about how we can support your summit success.


Can the Five Elements of Adventure improve leadership and team development in your organization?