The power of the herd is the horse...
the power of the horse is the herd.
Janet W. Hagen, Ph.D.
N7394 N. Brusewitz Rd.
Black Creek, WI
1310 Candlelight Court
Oshkosh, WI 54904
The Pegasus Team
Offered Each Spring & Fall
Partnerships and Locations
Journal of Practical Leadership
Equine Assisted Leadership
Healing and the Horse-Human Connection
Self-Efficacy and Well-Being
Midwest Horse Digest
Equine Assisted Learning
What others are saying about us!
New North B2B Women Insight Nature's Pathways Wisconsin State Horse Council
Equine-Assisted Team & Leadership Development
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Pegasus is honored to announce that we will donate an EAL Training to Chaps Academy Spring 2014
Corporate Team Building Seminars: Bring your team out for an amazing experience with our skilled facilitators and people-friendly horses. Call or email for a tour & demonstration!
Even people who say they are afraid of horses quickly become comfortable with the gentle, people-friendly horses at Pegasus.
How it works
At each Pegasus seminar we first help participants get comfortable interacting with the horses. Then we present a series of problem-solving challenges with the horses. These challenges are especially designed to elicit issues relevant team, leadership and organizational development. Skilled facilitation, feedback from other participants and interpretation of the horses reactions to their behavior immediately enhance skills.
People who participate in our programs love the challenges, authentic interaction and behavior change. Organizations love the energy and renewed commitment generated at a Pegasus workshop that leads to utilization of the full potential of their human capital.
Change my life??? Seriously?!
I was amazed at how much effect a horse can have on people...very unique and enjoyable...I probably learned the most from watching others interact with the horses and attempt to complete the tasks at hand...I thought this was a wonderful training...I loved the many opportunities to collaborate, challenge oneself, trust, reflect and think.
For more information on specific topics related to equine-assisted development, read some of the information in the Articles link (side of this page.)