The Effects of Equine Assisted Learning on Emotional Intelligence Competencies and Leadership Skills
| Contributor(s):: Jade E. Rauen
Since the development and understanding of the term emotional intelligence (EI), researchers and businessmen alike have strived to find a way to improve EI competencies. Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) is a branch of Equine Therapy that uses the horse to facilitate change in humans. In recent...
The Effects of Equine Assisted Leadership Programs on Perceived Professional Development Outcomes
| Contributor(s):: Leigh Anne Pentecost
The purpose of this causal-comparative study was to compare the mean scores of the survey instrument to determine if there were statistically significant differences between the mean pre-test and post-test scores of perceived professional development obtained by participants of the Equine...
Workhorse: The Horsemanship of Business | Alexandra Moran | TEDxValparaisoUniversity
| Contributor(s):: Alexandra Moran
"Workhorse: The Horsemanship of Business" explores the power of equine assisted learning, or EAL. EAL is a method to weave the world of horses and their herds into the corporate and personal landscape, and to explore traits, techniques, and skills that humans and horses share. Through...
Flocking for food or flockmates?
| Contributor(s):: Asher, Lucy, Collins, Lisa M., Pfeiffer, Dirk U., Nicol, Christine J.
Animals in groups behave cohesively, even when those animals are domesticated and are housed in limited environments. But how is such group cohesion maintained? Do animals move in an independent manner, according to their own motivations, or in a social manner, with respect to the movements of...
Leadership linked to group composition in Highland cattle (Bos taurus): Implications for livestock management
| Contributor(s):: Sueur, Cédric, Kuntz, Cédric, Debergue, Elise, Keller, Blandine, Robic, Florian, Siegwalt-Baudin, Flora, Richer, Camille, Ramos, Amandine, Pelé, Marie
Animals kept for livestock or conservation form strong cohesive groups when foraging and moving, in the same way as their wild counterparts. Collective decision-making involves making compromises by consensus to maintain group cohesion and synchronisation. This type of consensus can be observed...
Equine Assisted Therapy and Handicapped Riding of NJ
Equine Assisted Therapy and Handicapped Riding of NJ is a Non Profit 501 c3 Corporation. Our mission is to provide quality therapeutic services with the partnership of horses that impact the body, mind and spirit. Our goal is to promote positive changes and connections in individuals, families,...
International Animal Protection Society Leadership: The Right People for the Right Issues
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| Contributor(s):: Michelle Sinclair, Clive J.C. Phillips
As the increasing body of scientific information about the experiences of other species and their ability to suffer becomes available to those working within the field of animal welfare, the amount of potential issues to address also increases. Carefully choosing issues to address, and indeed...
Girls' Challenge Seeking: How Outdoor Exposure Can Support Girls in Taking Positive Risks
| Contributor(s):: Kallen Tsikalas, Karyn L. Martin
Leadership lessons my dog taught me | Cathi Napp | TEDxYouth@Thorndon
| Contributor(s):: Cathi Napp
Did you ever think that dog training could teach you something about leadership? Cathi has some of the key lessons that her dog, Griffin, taught her, that will help you reconsider why and how we lead people.Cathi Napp is passionate about dogs, people, and how the two interact. She's recently...
Jan 12 2017
2017 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference & House of Delegates Winter Session
Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources, Inc.
Agape serves all kinds of individuals and groups including families with special needs, at-risk children and youth, and seniors. We have programs specifically designed for schools, churches, senior communities, veterans, and community centers. Experience something unlike anything before.Our...
Taking Your Dog for a Walk
| Contributor(s):: Patricia Jarboe Buchanan
Have you ever considered that taking are luctant dog for a walk is leadership? If you're like me, probably not. However, after reading the recently published Running Things by Philip B. Crosby, I've changed my mind. As Crosby says: "Leadership is a practical tool of everyday life....
Developing coherent leadership in partnership with horses–a new approach to leadership training
| Contributor(s):: Gehrke, Ellen Kaye
Jan 07 2016
2016 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference & House of Delegates Winter Session
The Silent Language of Emotions: Equine Inspired Leadership Development
| Contributor(s):: West, Rebecca A.
Using horses to teach authentic leadership skills to at-risk youth
| Contributor(s):: Adams, Brittany Lee
HALTER: Using Horsequest as a Training Tool
| Contributor(s):: Bailey, Elaine Long, Waite, Karen, Wilson, Kristen M.
Youth organizations, such as 4-H, need dedicated, knowledgeable adult volunteer leaders. Oftentimes, adults are intimidated to work with youth, either because of questionable understanding of youngsters or due to limited subject knowledge. This is particularly true with volunteers for youth horse...
Practitioners in the news
| Contributor(s):: Waite, Andrew