Horseplay leads to enhanced business productivity

-A A +A

Horseplay leads to enhanced business productivity

Thu, 01/17/2013 - 10:16am -- admin

Partnering with certified Equine Facilitated Learning Coach, Janis Cooper, the Center for Americas First Horse is now offering Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching (EFLC) Workshops, which focus on building leadership skills and strengthening corporate teams. 
Today's businesses are looking for new and innovative ways to enhance employee participation and leadership. EFLC workshops can be customized for individual groups in either 1 or 2-day formats. No riding experience is necessary; all learning is done with the horses from the ground in a safe environment, and there is an indoor arena at the Center if weather doesnt permit outdoor activity.
Cooper comments, As a corporate leader for the past 20 years, I recognize the need to accelerate learning in areas of team building, leadership and relationship development. Were excited to connect people and horses in a dynamic process where individuals learn to identify and shift their limiting behavior patterns. Workshop participants will become more successful as influential leaders in team building, conflict resolution, and interpersonal communication - all skills crucial in todays marketplace.  
Teaming with Cooper on these workshops is Center founder and Natural Horsemanship educator, Stephanie Lockhart, who adds, "Horses have a powerful way of teaching us what our strengths and weaknesses are. Theyre great at helping people develop skills necessary to succeed in personal and business relations. EFLC is the gateway to learning more about ourselves."
Workshops are now being booked for the 2013 spring and fall seasons. Businesses may contact Janis Cooper at 802.496.2730/ info@eqnimity.com for booking and information,
The Center for Americas First Horse would be happy to assist those coming from a distance in securing affordable accommodations in the greater Johnson/Stowe area.
About the Center for Americas First Horse
The Center for Americas First Horse, Incorporated (non-profit, 501(c )3), founded by Stephanie Lockhart in Johnson, Vermont, is home to the most diverse herd of Colonial Spanish horses in the eastern United States. Their mission is to enrich lives through the spirit of the Colonial Spanish horse. The Center offers programs focusing on education and public awareness, natural horsemanship, community outreach, work-study and promotion and preservation of the Colonial Spanish horse.
www.centerforamericasfirsthorse.org
More Information
About Equine Facilitated Learning Leadership and Team Development:
http://www.eqnimity.com/working-together/leadership-team-development/
About Janis Cooper:
http://www.eqnimity.com/about/
About Stephanie Lockhart:
http://www.centerforamericasfirsthorse.org/board-of-directors.html
About The Center for Americas First Horse:
http://www.centerforamericasfirsthorse.org
Johnson, VT (January 9, 13) The Center for America's First Horse
                                                                                                                                    ###