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Horses Act as Teachers in StoneCreek Leadership Workshop

Horses need and want a leader in the same way that employees in a business need leadership. This is exactly what the Leadership Workshop at StoneCreek Ranch and Resort teaches business professionals, owners, managers and team members.

"A person that is successful with a horse is focused on what they want and is usually a pretty good communicator. Good horsemen have the same traits as good leaders. By teaching people how to do different tasks with horses, life lessons come out of the woodwork and you see each person's leadership style come out as well," says Arvell Bass, ranch co-owner and co-founder.

Although each workshop is scheduled and designed according to the needs of each company or business, Bass presents a colt starting demonstration during each one. Participants observe and take note of different cues and techniques that apply to leadership in the workplace. A facilitator then debriefs on the skills each participant has observed, such as communication, pressure, consistency and expectations.

"It's like training a new employee. You don't want to 'break' them. You want to give them a good start, which is why it's called colt starting and not breaking a colt," says Kim Worlow, workshop facilitator and certified Fearless Living coach.

Through Bass and Worlow's combined experience, skills and knowledge, StoneCreek is able to offer a one-of-a-kind leadership workshop that takes learning out of the classroom, onto the ranch and into the office.

For more information on leadership workshops or to schedule yours today, please visit http://www.stonecreekranchresort.com or call (870)424-7433.


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