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The first step to generate value from any given combination of resources is to have some understanding of how the resource looks like (what is?) and what it can do for you (what can it be useful for?) in the context of the objective you are trying to reach.

When it comes to resource management, working with horses achieves two specific objectives: a) it unravels the existing frame of reference of individuals and teams, in practice, making the outcome visible to everyone, and b) it provides the context to test and experiment multiple solutions to the same problem.

Horse Assisted Education bridges the knowing with the doing, in the shortest time possible while providing a context of uncertainty and complexity. You can test the impact of your decisions and actions on a time frame of a couple of years in just a couple of hours.

The resources used in horse assisted education exercises are exactly the same as in any business: internal to the team (the organization), external (expertise and competency), material (space, technical materials), know how (non-material), partners and stakeholders with their own will (the horses).

Limited and unlimited resources

The two most frequent perspectives to resource management are those of limited and limitless. The first one is to consider that there are limited resources: if I use some of them, you will not be able to. The second one is to consider unlimited resources and lean into the infinite cognitive capacities of the human mind to imagine new solutions which simply rewrite the limits, in this case, of the resources. Read the full article

By on April 22nd, 2020 in Video | Tags:

I’m particularly fascinated by the perspective from above because it’s very rarely that I have access to it. Since I live my life from my own height, I usually perceive the events and the others from this height.

I’m particularly fascinated by the perspective from above because it’s very rarely that I have access to it. Since I live my life from my own height, I usually perceive the events and the others from this height. People and horses are about my eye level, cats, dogs and young children are not. I have access to the levels between ground and my own height: I can simply kneel down to have a conversation with a child or to pet a dog. I don’t have access in real time to the levels above me. I see the material (video or photo) after the actual experience. This also gives me more time to reflect on it.

It’s part WHAT you are looking at and part HOW you are looking at it. WHEN you look at it also accounts for some of your perception.

Finally, it comes without saying that looking at video recordings means you are also taking on the perspective of the cameraman.

The perspective changes every time the viewer changes.

Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5ZHhnTmA8M&t=3s

Am găsit în educația asistată de cai o aplicabilitate imensă, limitată doar de propria imaginație, pentru sesiunile de coaching, cu precizarea ca experiența este mult accelerată, atât pentru client cât și pentru coach.

de Leonard Alexa

Au trecut aproximativ 10 ani de când am participat la primul training mai serios. Era toamnă, era ONG și era dezvoltare personală. De atunci și până acum am trecut prin toate, de la subiecte din sfera dezvoltare personală până la vânzări, HR, leadership situational, project management, Train the Trainers sau Train the Interviewers, de la traininguri ținute de mine… la traininguri ținute de oameni care activează la nivel global.

Cu cât participi la mai multe sesiuni cu atât îți dai seama că știi mai puține dar în același timp e din ce în ce mai greu sa te surprindă ceva. După mult timp însă, am reușit sa imi gasesc partea de WoW, participand la cursul de Educație Asistată de Cai organizat de HorseTouch. Am căutat o schimbare de perspectivă, am căutat o nouă abordare pe care să o învăț, cu noi metode și posibilități. Am descoperit mult mai mult.

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