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DID YOU KNOW...

Increasing employee engagement investments by 10% can increase profits by $2,400 per employee per year?

SOURCE: WORKPLACE RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Highly engaged employees are 38% more likely to have above-average productivity.

SOURCE: WORKPLACE RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Why does your team need Axiom Equine?

Building stronger relationships between team members means increased job satisfaction thus increased productivity.  Providing insight into each other with a greater understanding of teamwork creates a communicative and cooperative team. Reduced conflict equals reduced turnover. Teams will experience engaged leadership and be able to recreate that experience in the workplace. 

What can my team learn from horses?

Effective leadership requires clear communication, but ambivalence conflates the messages we send. Horses are highly attuned to incongruent messages because as prey animals they must have an effective leader to feel safe.  If we lead with aggression, a horse may fear and avoid us.  If we lead with fear, a horse may take over the leadership role.  If we are conflicted inside, a horse may not follow our lead.  But, if we change the way we lead, a horse will change the way they respond.

 

How do you resolve ambivalence once a horse has helped you to see it is there?

At Axiom, we will lead clients through a process of identifying parts of self and propose a framework for transforming the way they understand themselves and others.  This attunement enables them to transform the way they communicate with those around them.

 

Horses, like humans, thrive on social engagement and connection to their herd mates.

If clients can connect, hold clear boundaries and lead from the heart, a horse will gladly join up with them in nearly any task! Co-workers are the same way; leadership is not about dominating, it is about finding the “want to” in a team through understanding and connection. This is what we call engagement.