It’s no secret that horses make people better humans. In a coaching experience their instantaneous, non-judgmental feedback leads to epic results that amplifies your work as an entrepreneur or in a staff position.
Maximize your time in Lexington, Kentucky for the AHP Seminar with a transformative equine-assisted coaching experience that will guide you to new opportunities in your professional and personal life.
In a workshop led by experienced equine-assisted facilitators Ginny Telego and Katie Navarra, you’ll have the opportunity to tap into your inner strengths to make more strategic decisions leading to increased performance and personal fulfillment.
When: May 11, 2022
8:00 a.m. – Noon
4901 Ironworks rd. Georgetown KY, 40324
What would it mean for your career if you could:
- Get honest feedback about what stands in your (or team’s) way to achieving remarkable results.
- Uncover what you’re tolerating and identify next steps to achieving your goals.
- Gain clarity on what energizes you, enabling you to maximize your professional pursuits.
Space is limited to 10 participants and the registration fee is $500 for AHP members, $650 for non-members. Light refreshments included. A portion of the profits will be donated to the AHP Student Fund. Don’t throw away the reins and hope for the best with your career, register today for this powerful professional development experience!
Telego is a life-long horsewoman with experience showing in AQHA, including a long career working for Ann Myers, owner of world champion AQHA sire Zips Chocolate Chip. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Psychology and is a Certified Advanced Practitioner and Master Trainer with the Equine Experiential Education Association (E3A).She has extensive experience coaching individuals and corporate teams since 2010.
Navarra is an ACC accredited coach through the International Coaching Federation and a Level I Facilitator with the Equine Experiential Education Association (E3A). She specializes in helping high-performing professionals reset, reconnect, and reframe challenges, confidently lead teams, and address burnout.
What others are saying about horse-assisted coaching:
“I was in a remarkably different state of mind when I left (the session) than when I arrived. I was calm and not at all stressed. I was smiling. Our conversations elicited a lot of introspective thoughts that I had not articulated about my current role until talking with all of you. It was quite an ah-ha for me.” Gretchen Steffan, Executive Director, MS-HRM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP.
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