Last August, Training editor Margery Weinstein traveled to Hudson, WI, to observe and participate in Wisdom Horse, a program that uses guided interaction with horses to teach corporate employees, most often senior executives, about their work style.
As you'll see from the story that follows, the program helped Margery learn a few things about herself, and even gave insight to a few ephiphanies: she learned how to better defend her corporate "pasture" and how to get cocktail guests (even ones without hooves) to pay attention.
Mane Event: Executive Coaching Straight from the Horse's Mouth (Part 1)
In a one-day session, Wisdom Horse Coaching shows Training first-hand how to keep employees riding toward productivity, collaboration, and leadership.
Mane Event: Executive Coaching Straight from the Horse’s Mouth (Part 2)
A first-hand account of how horses can guide learners toward personal and work life epiphanies.
Mane Event: Executive Coaching Straight from the Horse's Mouth (Part 3)
Horses teach a Midwestern financial services institution about leadership growth and deveopment.
Photos by Nancy Peregrine