The Outdoor Compass
Strategic dialogue using the Outdoor Compass
The Outdoor Compass gives you an overview of the key elements in the development of an outdoor culture. The elements are divided into the 7 axes of the compass, each of which has a number of levels.
When the development of outdoor culture is discussed between e.g. teams and management, the outdoor compass can make visible the content, scope, prioritisation and coherence of the different actions/initiatives. Tjek tjek tjek tjek
From development to embedding
The Outdoor Compass is particularly suitable as a framework for strategic decisions and concrete actions. Once the compass has been developed, targets and signs for specific activities are further developed to focus on the concrete effects on the target group. The compass is regularly revisited in follow-up compass dialogues.
The Wall of Initiatives tell the story about a whole community, Silkeborg, dedicated to the use of outdoor for the common good.
Outdoor activities strengthening mental, physical and social health for people recovering from cancer.
Dybkær Special School supporting pupils with special needs and their profesionals in using outdoor.
Use of outdoor activities to train strength, fitness and balance for people with COPD, heart disease and diabetes.
Local cultural experiences as a lever for more activity in nature.
Inspiration and knowledge sharing event for professionals, citizens and visitors.
Event for citizens with special needs providing a wide range of outdoor activities
Education program empowering people who develop and coordinate outdoor initiatives and experiences.
Outdoor as treatment to improve mental health, empowerment and job readiness.