Which requirements do I have to bring along ?
- You should be ready to leave your convenience zone.
- You should be ready to question yourself, your leadership and communication skills.
- You should be ready to recognize and to utilize chances of development.
What aims has this method?
- To question yourself and your impact in management situations by using the direct and unfiltered reaction of the horse.
- To get to know different leading positions.
Which results may be achieved with this method?
- One result may be that the participant sees himself or herself confirmed in his/her self-perception and his work (perception of others).
- Another result may also be that the participant ‘s self-perception and his/her impact on others is being questioned by the reaction of the horse and the resource -oriented feedback by the monitoring group participants and that the participant want to change his or her pattern of behaviour.
- Each participant is responsible for what he or she wants to take from the training.
How does this take place?
- There will be led video evaluations immediately after the execution of each exercise .
The intensive deal with the own effectiveness continues with the use of so-called resource -oriented feedback.
- This method is based on the principle that each participant brings along his/her own proven and successful principles of action and thus necessarily needs to maintain, he/she has principles of action that he/she should use more, and finally he/she can learn new principles of action by the participating group members.
- This method is used for intensive and respectful exchange of experiences from the daily management routine for the daily management routine.
Which theoretical models will be applied?
- 4-Sides-of-a message (Prof. Friedemann Schulz von Thun)
- Iceberg Model
- (resource-orientated) Feedback
How does a practical exercise look like?
- The exercises are oriented on the daily management routine.
- The degree of difficulty grows across the 1,5 days.
- There will be in total six practical exercises with the horses.
- All practical exercises will take place on eye level. No riding!
For example: 1. Excercise: „Observing and Evalutating“
- The participants observe horses which move free in the riding arena.
- The participants have the task to evaluate the horses and to recognize a group structure.
What have horses to do with leadership?
- Leadership = Communication.
- Human Communication = verbal AND non-verbal Communication.
- Human Communication is 90% non-verbal.
- Horse Communication = almost 100% non-verbal.
- 100% opportunity to learn the own impact (non-verbal communication).
Which role plays the instructor?
- The instructor introduces short theoretical inputs concerning leadership theory and communication psychological instruments and models.
- The instructor moderates the training.
- The instructor transfers continuously in to leadership practice.
- The instructor gives support with the encouraging attitude of a coach.
Which role has the horse?
- The horse serves as a mirror.
- Horses react to what a human being does. Not to what he or she is.
- Horses react to what a human being does in a reproducible and constant way.
- Horses react in the here and now.
- Horses do not know any role play.
- Horses live in groups.
- Within horse groups leadership is going to be continuously in negotiated.
- Horses have communication.
- Horses have hierarchy and division of tasks.
How much is the training?
- The 1.5 – day course costs € 980.00 plus VAT
What is excluded?
- Individual travel expenses.
- Individual accommodation expenses.
- Dinner on the 1. seminar day
- Lunch on the 2. seminar day