How can experiential learning complement your leadership programs? That was the question I set up to answer last October in my presentation at the first Innovate-HR conference. Leadership is something you can understand intellectually, but to be a good leader, a great leader you have to be vulnerable and open to what you don’t know. How you respond in those situations is what truly defines a leader. Fifteen years ago we began exploring how working with horses can help people become more effective leaders by creating learning that translates from the arena to the boardroom.
By Nancy Lowery.
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