Leadership and Horse Sense

Jun 6, 2014 @ 4:00 pm – Jun 7, 2014 @ 12:00 am
Epona Meadows
20010 178th Avenue Northeast
Woodinville, WA 98072
Amanda Madorno

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Discover the non-verbal advantage!

Your professional success is tightly linked to your use and knowledge of body language, whether you know it or not. Leaders who know how to accurately de-code the silent signals of others, and who are able to use body language that is aligned with the messages they want to convey, gain a competitive advantage in business – no matter what business they’re in!

Today’s leaders must lead through influence rather than control

Influence relies on:

  • The ability to understand another’s perspective;
  • Knowing how to read non-verbal messages;
  • The ability to communicate authentically.

Join Amanda and the Epona Meadows herd for her summer workshops.  This enlightening session shows how the silent power of non verbal communication can enhance your leadership presence and physical credibility. Come play, learn, and be amazed!

Why horses?

The language of horses is the body. They are masters at reading non-verbal messages because their lives depend on it!

  • You can’t fake it with a horse.
  • Horses directly reflect the people who handle them — they give instant feedback.
  • Horses pick up messages that we miss, or are unaware of giving.
  • Horses read all our emotions, including those below the surface.


Learn what it means to lead others by earned authority and not just a formal position or title. In this workshop you will:

  • Gain greater awareness of your communication strengths and gaps.
  • Discover how your nonverbal messages influence the way others perceive you as a leader.
  • Learn how your nonverbal communication affects your relationships with others.
  • Practice aligning your words with body language that supports – rather than sabotages – your message.

Other Information

  • Register early – Only 12 spaces available for each session!
  • This is a one day workshop. 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM.
  • We take 45 minutes for lunch and two 20-minute breaks during the day.
  • Please brown bag your lunch. Snacks and beverages provided.
  • No horse experience is necessary and no riding is involved.
  • Safe horse handling practices are thoroughly reviewed with participants.