If you’re like many organizations today, you don’t just want to do well – you also want to do good.
Join us to get safely out of your comfort zone and unleash your team’s leadership horsepower in our 2-day workshops held locally on May 5th and 6th at Horses with Hearts. In response to global Employee Engagement survey results, we are offering workshops on Trust-Based Leadership and Strengths-Based Leadership to help your organization achieve:
- up to 30% higher Employee Engagement
- 18-20% higher sales and profitability
- 15-20% higher productivity
- 7-10% higher customer ratings
- 30-60% lower turnover
Begin or advance your Leadership Adventure today while giving back to your community! Contact Christina Johnson, Leadership Adventures Director to register your staff by phone 304-283-3536 or via email at email@example.com.
Hear what past participants are saying…
- “The most powerful leadership training I’ve attended. I liked the parallels between leading horses and people and how it applied to real life, every day at the office.” – Christy Shawan, Vice President Operations, Saint Francis Medical Partners (SFMP) Southwest
- “Fun, enlightening, interactive learning experience! We talked about how our different strengths and abilities enhance our overall mission for the kids. Learned new ways of communicating to others that will have an immediate impact to our organization” – Patty McIntyre, HR & Business Manager, Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle
When your group attends an equine-assisted leadership development workshop at Horses with Hearts, all of the fees (less the cost of materials or workbooks) paid stay at Horses with Hearts to support their mission to Create a Smile, Grow Confidence and Change a Life! By attending, your team will gain or advance their leadership skills while providing funding to support community programs for people with disabilities, active-duty military personnel, veterans, and at-risk youth. Every group your organization sends for a 1-day workshop funds a 1-year scholarship for someone in your community who can benefit from equine therapy.