A TEAM BUILDING EVENT THAT
FUN + HANDS ON LEARNING = CHANGE
NEW PROBLEMS REQUIRE NEW THINKING!
WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THIS AS YOUR NEXT TEAM BUILDING & LEADERSHIP ACTIVITY
Your team will work with living, majestic and huge animals, the horses, who can only tell the truth, give immediate honest feedback and are totally non-judgemental.
Your organisation is unique and your training should be too. The parallels and connections between humans and horses is so strong, it's uncanny. You will get the results you are looking for.
A totally new environment where everyone is on a level playing field. Exchange the board room for the magnificent Kinglake ranges, with an abundance of fresh air and clean spectacular views.
Suitable for a range of groups including executive directors, first-time supervisors, youth leaders, families and women’s organisations. Each program is tailored to meet the specific needs of the participants and the outcomes required.
Objectives and outcomes tailored to the organisation
Itemisation of topics facing the company or group
A solid understanding of who is who within the team
Strategies to gain the best insight into working together.
Scientifically proven and patented Building Block programs
Horse experience not required, no riding involved & infinitely better than
Christmas event - An extended experiential learning session with customised objective for your teams.
Internationally certified facilitator from EquineConnectionInc and their one of a kind Building Block EAL program.
Insurances, training room (which can be utilised for meeting post event).
Morning tea on arrival
Lunch in the historic Kinglake Pub first licensed as a wayside inn in 1907.
Your choice of either a Christmas roast and dessert , or single course menu selection. First drink of either beer, wine or soft drink.
Optional extra minibus pickup and drop off at your business address
Let's Get Started!
You can also call us on 0408 861 645 to make a booking
FROM THE HORSE'S MOUTH
“My horse taught me today to be more confident in my abilities and trust in them as my horse put his trust in me and my teammates to lead him. Also to be more sensitive and aware of what was being communicated to me non-verbally by my teammate. I learned I have to work on my listening skills and to think outside the box. Horses are really amazing and I would love to learn more from them to apply it to work and even everyday life.”
— Athea Luna- Disability Services Graduate
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