LeadChange Taster – Greater London

June 14, 2017 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Moorwards Farm Equestrian Centre
Colne Valley Regional Park
Slough Rd, Iver, Iver Heath SL0 0DZ
Rosalie Millard-Evans


This session is a free taster designed to give you an opportunity to experience for yourself how we facilitate leadership and personal development through horses. It is a chance to understand how we could work with you to create bespoke powerful learning experiences and ask any questions.  The session will have participants from a mixture of backgrounds and organisations so is also a great chance to network. We will provide the venue and refreshments and we ask that you come with an open mind.

To secure your place please email Rosalie@leadchange.com



LeadChange has been developing the leadership and communication skills of company executives and others since 1992 through experiential workshops with horses – delivering results that are frequently described as ‘life-changing’.

LeadChange Courses with Horses combine interactions with horses (on the ground – not horse riding) and non-directive coaching in powerful learning experiences, through which participants explore and expand their emotional intelligence, leadership, communication and influencing capabilities.

Interacting with horses at liberty (not on lead ropes) demands the same personal qualities that make for effective communication and leadership in work and life – awareness, clarity, focus, intention, energy, empathy and influence.


Horses are adept at picking up and responding to human intention and non-verbal communication. They provide instant, honest, accurate feedback in the moment – creating experiences which get to the core of issues quickly, powerfully and effectively. Horses do not role play. If you want a horse to co-operate and follow, you must demonstrate real leadership. Up to 93% of meaning is communicated non-verbally.  With their prey instincts and hypersensitive awareness, horses size people up instantly and accurately. The feedback we receive tells us time and again that the learning is highly transferable and the changes are sustainable.

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