Team Building 

The speed at which the world moves now demands greater creativity, innovation, intuition and results from companies in order to positively affect client satisfaction and the bottom line. This pressure causes a great deal of chatter in over-active and over-stimulated brains which causes stress and anxiety. In that stressed state, we lose our connection to our deep values, creativity and ability to think clearly.

Equine Facilitated Learning (EFL) experiences are fast becoming one of the ways to reconnect and become more productive. Highly sought after and effective, EFL provides a unique and memorable experience for you and your team, a natural way to learn new and important skills to become a successful leader, and work within a team.

Leadership Development

Being an effective leader in the corporate world today requires a unique set of skills, very different from those of former generations. Employees are looking for more meaning, purpose, skills and growth in their everyday work life. No longer beholden to long term contracts with their employer, they will seek out new opportunities if necessary.  In this environment, business leaders must find new ways of working with and reaching their teams.

Learn how to access that perfect blend of integrity, clarity and authority that inspires absolute trust from the horse in your leadership ability. When you get it right they will follow you anywhere you go. This experience of true, authentic leadership is beautiful, unforgettable and immediately applicable to all relationships.

Motivation and Communication Skills

Understanding how to communicate intention, while motivating and setting boundaries with a 1200 lb animal, will help teach leaders  challenge demands in a healthy and calm way and gain greater respect and cooperation with relationships both professionally and personally.

Since 90% of our communication is non-verbal, it is necessary to learn the art of tuning in to those around us. Since a horse responds primarily to non-verbal communication, participants learn how to tap into this important skill again.

Set Healthy Boundaries

Communicate with Clarity

Make Decisions

Learn How to be a Non-Predatory Leader

Cooperation Not Compliance