Corporate courses that are horse-led
Suddene Park is the home for Equest, which provides organisational development for companies of all shapes and sizes. Pam Billinge, Director of Equest says of this powerful and effective form of learning: 'What we do is essentially experiential learning in the outdoors with horses. We help our clients with all kinds of issues:
Equest clients include Nationwide Building Society, MAN trucks and buses, Motorola Mobility, Hays Executive Recruitment, B&Q and London Business School.
You can find out more about the work of Equest on www.equestlimited.co.uk.
Horses teaching Humans about Leadership
Horses offer a unique opportunity to explore Leadership, Communication and Team working - they reflect individual human behaviour - responding and sometimes reacting, masterfully, with no hidden agenda. Horses will always reflect and tell the truth.
Natural Horsemanship is an excellent way of building and developing partnerships to shape a relationship and the learning gained in a safe environment with a horse is often useful in other areas of life!
Individuals and small groups work together alongside a highly experienced leadership coaching team including an EGALA (Equine Assisted Growth & Learning) coach. The team produces events that challenge the status quo, build strong team bonds, confidence, trust and push the boundaries of imagination to find solutions.
Private Coaching / Therapy
Pam and her team also work with a small number of private clients, supporting individuals, couples, adults and young people to get the most out of life and move beyond whatever challenges they are facing.
Find out more on www.pambillinge.com
Testimonial from a client:
"I found the experience unique and inspiring and took me to a place I never expected in understanding the trust and respect required to effectively lead. I thought I knew all the ‘tricks’ required to be a good leader, but that is the point, tricks do not work with horses and most likely do not work with people. Be true to one’s self and others, as my wise and unpromising teacher (my chosen horse) showed me, and you can achieve incredibly things. My favourite saying is 'the difference between ordinary and extra-ordinary, is that little extra'. The two days spent with Equest had the extra in abundance. It was extra-extra-ordinary!"