In the Paddock

Using horses to understand how leaders affect others

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Our leadership program combines the latest neuroscience research on the way we affect others as leaders with practical hands-on experience with horses.

The stress management component is facilitated by Lee Nabben who brings her experience as a Social Worker, Movement and Dance teacher, Manager and Educator.  The theory is sourced from leaders in the field including  Dr Dan Siegel Mindsight; Dr Allan Hamilton Zen Mind, Zen Horse;  Dr Norman Doidge The Brain that Changes Itself; Richard Davidson Ph.D The Emotional Life of Your Brain and  Dr Robert Maurer The Kaizen Way.

The leadership component is led by a qualified horse  trainer who has studied with natural horsemanship leaders in Australian and Overseas and has worked with horses for over 20 years.  The program is run In Wandin.

People will know how to better manage stress triggers, which will be demonstrated practically during your work with the horses.

WHAT WE DO

We will start the day with some theory and then put it into practice in the yard.  There is no riding involved and we work only in a secure fenced yard.  No previous horse experience is necessary as participants do as much or as little as they feel ready to do.  There will be opportunities for discussion and reflection throughout the day to develop strategies for your work life.

Costs

Full day $600 per person.  Maximum 12 people per session.  Includes horses, helmets, lunch, morning and afternoon tea, insurance and manuals.Bookings essential due to small numbers.  Deposit of  $200.00 required.For further information on 2018 dates please contact Lee on 0425 62 60 44 or email on the following link lnabben.tts@gmail.com or complete our contact form.