Tracking Success

Categories: Leadership, Teamwork
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The world’s first wildlife tracking virtual adventure!


Ignite your next team session, leadership programme, or sales meeting.

It’s great fun with a serious purpose … to help teams and leaders perform in the rapidly evolving ecosystem of work.

Why Tracking as a Metaphor? 

Hunting and gathering was humanity’s first and most successful strategy.

Tracking and finding wildlife was key to this strategy. Over many thousands of years, the Tracker Mindset has been refined and passed down through the generations.

While we no longer track wild animals on a daily basis but we do track what is important to us.

Personally, this may be our health, wealth, and happiness. In our organisations we track customers, growth, profit, sales, expenses.

Knowing what to track, who to track with and how to get back on track represent the most important decisions of our lives.

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What Will You Learn?

  • A unique form of interactive learning

About the instructor

Alex van den Heever
For the last 24 years, Alex and Renias have worked together conducting specialised safaris, training wildlife trackers and presenting their inspirational presentation, The Power of Relationships. Their journey together has taken them from tracking leopards at Londolozi game reserve to following grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park and speaking internationally. They have worked throughout Africa, including Brazil, Peru, North America, UK and Australia.

Course Curriculum


Why Tracking as a Metaphor?

  • Why Tracking?

The Making of Tracking for Success

  • The making

Are You Ready?

  • Video 1 – Setting the scene

Pathways of Tracking

  • Example: Tracking Pathways 1
  • Example: Tracking Lion

Option 1 – Follow Hyena

  • Example: Option 1

Option 2 – Follow Tracks

  • Example: Follow Tracks Option 2
  • Example: Video – Follow Tracks

Examples from course

  • Track the Lion Video 1
  • Track 2
  • Track 3
  • Track 4


  • Book the Virtual Course

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