All Work is Ground-based * No Horse-riding Involved * No experience Needed
Equine-assisted Corporate Training
Equine-assisted Corporate Training is a new, exciting and highly-effective way to cut straight to the heart of any business issues and find real solution-focused answers – in the presence of a horse!
Equine-facilitated activities are recognised globally as powerful and experiential tools that very quickly break down barriers, change behavioural patterns and improve communication, relationships and employee engagement.
Horses Connect Equine-assisted Corporate Training programs can be delivered in half-day, full-day or weekend formats, with a range of options to suit your needs and budget.
Full Potential Program for Corporate
Horses Connect Full Potential Program offers a range of themed equine-assisted Corporate Training (EACT) modules to help groups or individuals within a company to tackle challenges in a unique and powerful way by working through them in the company of horses. Each session with the horses builds on the previous one and is designed to enable participants to first Recognize the real issue, then work on solutions to resolve that issue, and finally practice those solutions to Consolidate the learning. The practical sessions with horses are interspersed and supported by classroom-based discussions and informal conversations to create non-threatening, experiential learning opportunities for each participant.
Full Potential Modules Include:
- Leadership Skills
- Strategic Planning
- Critical Thinking
- Conflict Resolution
- Interaction with horses is recognized globally as a powerful and experiential tool that quickly breaks down barriers and changes behavioural patterns.
- Taking pressure off any individual participant as the focus on all the activities during an EACT session is firmly on the horses and how they are behaving.
- Allowing the facilitators to help the group recognize patterns and themes, and to relate those back to real-life situations.
- Encouraging creative and resourceful thinking. Participants are normally given a task not related to the horses during a typical group EACT session. (Example: build something that represents Leadership.)