It’s Spring:  Time To Shed Our Resistance

It’s Spring: Time To Shed Our Resistance

My horses are starting to shed out their winter coats, a sure sign that spring is around the corner. Which reminds me of last year, when I treated myself to an at liberty immersion experience with Leslie Nichols, who are based outside of Phoenix, Arizona. I was... Read more
Leadership Lessons from the movie “Buck”

Leadership Lessons from the movie “Buck”

Recently, I went to see “Buck,” a critically acclaimed documentary that highlights the life and work of Buck Brannaman, one of America’s greatest horsemen and horse trainers.  The movie is about horse-human relationships. Buck doesn’t help people with horse problems,... Read more
Partnership with SAFE:  Equine Assisted Leadership Training

Partnership with SAFE: Equine Assisted Leadership Training

It’s been a busy summer for Leadership with Horses. Perhaps what I’m most excited about this summer is our new partnership with Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE). Nine times out of ten, a horse ends up in rescue, not because of something they’ve done. They’re there... Read more
Sometimes You Need to Go Slow, to Go Fast

Sometimes You Need to Go Slow, to Go Fast

Cato was a gift, although I didn’t know that for a long time.  After two years of searching for the perfect endurance horse, I discovered Cato in the foothills of the Bitterroot Mountains. He came from a herd owned by one of America’s  top ten endurance... Read more
The Teaching Power of Horses

The Teaching Power of Horses

Steve Cooper, CEO of TrueBlue, had planned a three day offsite retreat at Willows Lodge when he discovered the option to do a leadership workshop with horses.  He was eight months into the re-branding of his company, pulling several individual companies under one... Read more
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