What Can You Learn From a Horse?

Lead others with earned authority, rather than a formal title or position.
Gain greater awareness of your communication strengths and gaps.
Discover how your nonverbal messages influence the way others perceive you as a leader.
Align your intent with body language that supports – rather than sabotages – your message.


Welcome! We look forward to your attendance at your upcoming session with horses. Below you will find all the information you need to arrive prepared and ready
for your session.

Registration Materials

Please complete the forms below and bring them with you or email to Amanda Madorno For insurance purposes, you must submit these forms before we can allow you to participate in one of our sessions.

Come prepared!

We spend a great deal of time outdoors, so please dress appropriately for the weather and the season.

  • It is best to wear comfortable clothing that you do not mind getting a little bit dusty, perhaps even dirty.
  • Dress in layers and bring weather options: a hat and gloves, jackets and rain gear, umbrella and sunscreen.
  • Do not wear anything that dangles and can get caught or tied up.
  • Your shoes are important. You’ll be working in a level, sand arena, as well as in a pasture, so you’ll want something that offers protection and support. Hiking shoes or sneakers work well, as do riding boots if you have them. Footwear must have a closed‐toe and closed‐heel. Do not wear flip‐flops or bare feet.

Additional Information

  • Please be on time. We start and end promptly.
  • We encourage you to bring your own water bottle.
  • We provide snacks, coffee, and tea.
  • Please read our Refund and Cancellation Policy.

For the ultimate leadership development experience, call today.

New Partnership with SAFE Horse Rescue

New Partnership with SAFE Horse Rescue

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 because, along the way, a human failed them. One of the most important…

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 riders. A proven 100‐mile horse, he had a short but impressive endurance…

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 name. The team, who came from many different backgrounds and locations, had…

We are proud to partner with Willows Lodge, offering Leadership with Horses
for companies hosting business meetings at the Lodge.

What do Willows Lodge and Roam Consulting have in common? We both share:

  • Dedication to providing memorable meeting and retreat experiences for our clients.
  • Proximity to each other. We host Leadership With Horses minutes from the Lodge.
  • Idyllic, nature‐based locations that create a reflective and productive environment
    for you and your team.
  • Top‐notch professionals who are expert at what they do.
It just makes good business sense for Roam Consulting to affiliate with Willows Lodge.
Now when businesses choose Willows Lodge for their offsite location, they can also schedule a Leadership with Horses Program.

For more information about the discounts and special offerings available to you, contact
Willows Lodge or Amanda Madorno.

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