As a part of the programme the Fellows (mostly City slickers) were taken to, what for them, was an unknown hostile environment in a remote outdoor setting. Terry, with his wonderful knowledge of country and highly developed people skills, provided support and mentoring. The Fellows were pushed far beyond what they thought they could achieve, discovered strengths and weaknesses, admitted vulnerabilities and supported one another; they became a team. There is a fine balance to (Adventure Out’s) role – keeping the group safe in grueling conditions, pushing them physically and mentally out of their comfort zones whilst helping them find imaginative ways to problem solve and to approach certain conditions. Indeed (Adventure Out’s) guidance allowed them to grow, be challenged – experiences which will assist them to become more effective leaders with a broader scope of vision.