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GET BETTER WITH LEADERSHIP!

FUN + HANDS ON LEARNING = CHANGE

NEW PROBLEMS REQUIRE NEW THINKING!

IN ORDER TO LEAD OTHERS, WE MUST FIRST LEAD OURSELVES

Whether you are a woman in business or  wanting a personal development goal,  a family group  or a multigenerational unit we can all learn from horses

Remembering that over 93% of all communication is non-verbal, body-language is the gateway for horses to teach us how to lead, get along and succeed in harmony. 

Our programs are a group of activities that you work through with your team, one of which is your horse.  They will be new to every human which places the entire team on a level playing field.

BETTER COMMUNICATION = EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

In order to lead others, we must first be able to lead ourselves.  The ideal would be to step outside our bodies and watch our interactions and reactions, however, this is not possible.  Instead, we can have reported to us, via a horse who holds no judgement, resentment or ulterior motives, an authentic response.  Our facilitators assist in explaining what that response can mean.  Then it is up to the individual to decide what they will do with that new knowledge.

Prefer to Talk? Call Karen on 0408 861 645

No Horse experience required, no riding involved & a great practical and fun way to develop together.

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

© 2017 The Matanya Effect