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 with  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 in just a few hours rather than over a period of years. 

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