Wild (adj):

Having the courage to bring the gift of all of who you are to all of what you do.
- Chris Heeter

What We Do

Welcome to all things Wild.  Linger and exhale a bit, or dive right in to what you need. Team Wild is here for you, ready to answer questions, book a speaking engagement, inspire your Wild side, or get you out on a trip. We’re glad you’re here.

Chris Heeter with her native flute


A Wild remedy for boring meetings, disengaged teams, frantic leaders, or floundering work cultures.

Wild Talks

Live Wild

Encouraging you to show more of your magnificent and uniquely Wild nature to Live Wild everyday.

Live Wild Hub

Work Wild

Daring you to bring your whole Wild self to work and discover your Wild potential wherever you work.

Work Wild Hub

Wilderness Trips

Say yes to your Wild Spirit that is so ready for a little elbow room and an adventure to remember.

Upcoming Trips

Because the world needs a lot more Wild.

Current comments from Chris’ programs.

“I attended Chris’s recent webinar with PMI-LA. It was fantastic. I’m still thinking about it. I love the many examples and stories she gave. It was so much better than most talks I hear which are theoretical and I’m often wondering if I get the point. But I truly did understand what Chris was getting at. And I have a new understanding of diversity and inclusivity as a result.Peggy, Project Management Institute-Los Angeles

“(Chris) did an amazing job leading our team through the session with powerful examples of the importance of belonging, having grace, “do overs” , not having to be perfect and so many more. By providing examples from examples from Mazel and the crew provided a non-threatening way for our employees to better understand inclusion and the direct connection to innovation. We appreciated you doing research to better understand the AG industry as you made many significant connections to the industry and (our company)!” Philomena, Land O’Lakes

Sometimes we find a kindred spirit in our most Wild of companions.

Tuu Weh, my sweet girl and favorite speaking companion, passed on in May 2019. True to her Lakota name, which means ‘sweet one, loved one, pretty one,’ Tuu Weh remains by my side, in some Wehs more now than when she was in fur form. You’ll see the use of her name throughout this site to honor her, keep her close, and acknowledge her continued profound effect on my life as well as so many others on this Wild journey.

Chris Heeter


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