LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION

Leadership and Communication

We believe anyone can benefit from the awareness and empowerment gained through equine-assisted learning.

Would you like to:

  • Become a more influential leader by tapping into your personal power?
  • Sense there is a better way to handle the demands of your life?
  • Want to connect more deeply with yourself and others?

Our leadership programs explore self-awareness and personal empowerment, gaining confidence through working with horses. Horses are herd animals and accept and look for a leader to follow; however, this must be earned. Authentic leadership with a horse is consensual, and aggression is counterproductive. Through assertiveness, which is both gentle and calm yet powerful, a connection is made. What you learn here will contribute directly to your leadership success with people and in your organization.

Not only do we periodically offer specific workshops, but we welcome the opportunity to customize a program for your organization, team, or group. Please contact us about creating one for you.

 

Spring Programs Wrap Up and New Advanced Program Announced

Working with horses offers the unique opportunity to:

  • Strengthen your nonverbal communication skills

  • Develop your emotional and social intelligence

  • Create a trust-based partnership

  • Increase your adaptability

  • Inform conscious choices in your life rather than reacting based on ingrained habits

  • Enhance your levels of initiative and commitment

 Email for more information or call 512-360-8499.

“It’s difficult to find an adjective strong enough to convey the effect Saturday had on me but words like profound and transformative come to mind. I feel a shift in my world view occurred though I am still processing the experience. I know for sure Ricky Ricardo touched a wounded part of me in a gentle and healing way that years of human therapy have not been able to touch.  I would 100% recommend this program to anyone. I am quite sure I will remember this all of my life.”  – C.E.