Leadership and Horses
Leadership ~ Business ~ Communication
The day Sarah realized horses could be her best partners in leadership development and business...everything changed.
Today her favorite work engages leaders, entrepreneurs, and non-profit and corporate teams, in hands-on workshops with horses.
Horses can be powerful teachers of leadership because they are sensitive animals that respond to subtle cues and nonverbal communication. When working with horses, leaders must be clear, consistent, and mindful of their body language, tone of voice, and energy. This can help leaders develop their communication and interpersonal skills, and better understand the impact of their own behavior on others.
Additionally, horses require leadership and boundaries to feel safe and secure. When working with horses, leaders must establish and maintain clear boundaries, and be able to make quick, decisive decisions. This can help leaders develop their decision-making skills and confidence in their leadership abilities.
Horses provide an immersive and experiential learning environment that allows leaders to practice and develop their leadership skills in a dynamic and challenging context. This can help leaders learn to adapt to changing situations and better understand the dynamics of group behavior.
Grow trust in yourself and redefine the rhythm of your unique brand of leadership.
Step outside of personal comfort-zones so you're more prepared to assist others through tumultuous times.
Cultivate deeper trust and stronger relationships with others so you're better equipped to support them through feelings of fear, anxiety, frustration, sadness, anger, and other wide-ranging emotions triggered by our current social climate.
Communicate with more clarity and impact, because you understand communication is often code for leadership.
Breed hope and create safe environments where people can thrive, rather than merely survive.
Let the horses help you:
Note: Horse events do not require horse experience. All work is done on the ground (no riding) and is appropriate for all types of leaders and communicators.