Horse Sense for Teams

Horse Sense supports teams to:

  • Design a shared vision
  • Build a culture of psychological safety
  • Develop resilience
  • Reveal latent talents and qualities
  • Demonstrate innovation and adaptability
  • Generate excitement for the future

In one Horse Sense session, you and your team will plan out the journey to your future vision, and experience the following lessons as you identify and work towards a future vision:

  • Navigation
  • Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Team Congruence
  • Shared Leadership

Your team can take part in a standalone session with the horses, or we can incorporate a selection of additional team development tools to create your own blended solution.

  • Motivation Assessment
  • Resilience at work Psychometric (individual and team)
  • Emotions and Behaviours at Work Psychometric
  • Pre and post course distant learning

Virtual Coaching with the Team Leader is recommended prior to any Team Development Days

Please note: To ensure we provide the optimum learning experience and in order to keep people safe, numbers are limited to 6

Book your Free Exploratory Session

This free Zoom Video Conference or Telephone session lasts approximately 20 minutes

We realise that working with a coach is a big deal.

You need to build trust in your coach and we need to be sure that we can help you. During this 20-minute call, we take time to understand your current situation and what you would like to achieve from your Masks and Mirrors learning programme.

This is not a sales call; it’s an opportunity for us to understand your personal challenge(s) and identify whether our services are suitable for your situation.

Your outcome:

A shared understanding of the benefits of working together and an agreement on the way ahead. If this means working together, then great, if this is not right for you, we will understand and thank you for your valuable time.

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“We became more aware of not just our own roles in the team, but each other’s too.  And, what our preferred positions were.  It changed the dynamics a lot in the team.  Our roles stayed the same but the way we interacted together changed after that day.  Everyone felt a little bit differently about themselves.”

Kieran Watman, Director