Tag Archives: effective leadership

When things turn bad

You have an amazing horse who consistently gives you a nice ride.  You enjoy working with this horse, and he consistency excels at what you ask of him.  Then, rather suddenly, things go bad.  Your high performing horse begins to … Continue reading

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Leadership lessons from horses

Inclement weather and a crisis at work have been a roadblock to working with the horses in the last couple of weeks.  They get hugs and scratches from me, during evening chores – and seem happy to see me on … Continue reading

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Leader or attachment figure?

I recently read a thoughtful post that addressed what I would agree is a forgotten area of horse training – that the horse is naturally programmed to make attachments. I say forgotten because, unlike the author, I have read many … Continue reading

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