Posts Tagged "training difficult managers"

We are in the news! 5 Things Leaders Can Learn From A Horse

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on We are in the news! 5 Things Leaders Can Learn From A Horse

5 Things Leaders Can Learn From Horses I have been working with leaders for over thirty years and I have witnessed the A to Z in the leadership development field – from Appreciative Inquiry to Theory Z. Not much is left to surprise me. I have also become a little cynical of new fads. So it was with a large degree of scepticism that we took our team to experience Lead without Reins which is an equine assisted leadership development program. After an initial briefing by Louise, an equine behaviourist and natural horsemanship specialist, I was asked to engage with a horse so that I...

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LIVE DEMO – Lead Without Reins

Posted by on May 24, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on LIVE DEMO – Lead Without Reins

LIVE DEMO – Lead Without Reins

In collaboration with Sage Learning, we are excited to present a unique opportunity to come along and witness a profound approach to leadership development. Where:  Centennial Park, Randwick, Sydney When:  Friday 3 June  9.30 am to 11.00 am To find out more and register for this FREE event PLEASE CLICK HERE or copy and paste this link:  http://www.sagelearning.net.au/event-lead-without-reins/  

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Introduction To Experiential Learning For Professional Development

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Introduction To Experiential Learning For Professional Development

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Horses Developing Emotional Intelligence

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in Blog | Comments Off on Horses Developing Emotional Intelligence

A fabulous radio interview with Linda Kohanov and Lissa Pohl about how horses assist people with learning about Emotional Intelligence.  

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LeadershipTraining for Managers

Posted by on Jun 18, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on LeadershipTraining for Managers

I travel from state to state, hosting horse clinics for troubled colts. You might not think the same techniques that I use to work with horses–non-verbal communication and cooperative effort–could be applied to human beings, but you just might be surprised.

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