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Founder of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey, Helps Corporations Achieve Creativity, Innovation And Change

Founder and Executive Director of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey talks about the resistance to change that results in stagnation in corporations and reveals that vulnerability – something corporations don’t want – actually gives birth to the attributes they most want.

TOMALES, CA – September 08, 2018 – Alyssa Aubrey, Founder of Medicine Horse Ranch and co-author of the best-selling book, The Road To Success, recently posted a new article on her website entitled, “The Birthplace Of Creativity, Innovation And Change.” Ms. Aubrey discusses what could seem like a dilemma for corporations who have a history of doing everything possible to avoid appearing vulnerable.

Aubrey writes, “Research Professor, Brené Brown has given a few Ted Talks which I find fascinating and relevant to my work as a Horse Assisted Education Trainer.” She continues adding, “One of her talks is about vulnerability and another is about shame. Both are qualities no one in corporate America looks for as positive attributes when considering employees – especially not qualities they want in anyone in a management role.”

As Aubrey points out, “Corporations are typically looking for creativity, innovation and change. However, according to Brown’s talk about shame, she says, “Vulnerability is the birthplace of creativity, innovation and change.” She goes on to explain that shame is what stops us from allowing ourselves to be seen as vulnerable.” Aubrey goes on to say that, “In addition she tells her audience that the one thing most humans hunger for is connectivity. We all want to experience a sense of real belonging which requires authenticity. Once again, she adds, “vulnerability is the key to authenticity.” https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_listening_to_shame/transcript?language=en

“Ms. Brown tells us that we need to start “talking” about our shame,” writes Aubrey, adding, “But, the question is how do we safely identify it in the workplace? How do we find a safe place to explore these hidden emotions? How do we bring them out in order to begin a discussion?”

According to Aubrey, “Horse Assisted Education (HAE) is a growing method of team and management training in corporations around the country. And it makes sense when you consider how management training has been done historically. Typically management training takes place behind 4 walls. But, no one within those walls are courageous enough to show signs of vulnerability or authenticity.”

Read the entire article at http://medicinehorseranch.org/the-birthplace-of-creativity-innovation-and-change/

About Alyssa Aubrey

Executive Director Alyssa Aubrey, CEGE, is the Founder and Program Director of Medicine Horse Ranch, an educational experiential learning center incorporating horses in human self-development. Alyssa is a writer, teacher, facilitator, empowerment speaker, money coach, and business consultant with over 30 years of experience as both educator and entrepreneur. She is a Certified Equine Guided Educator (CEGE) and a Certified Money Coach through the Financial Recovery Institute.

Alyssa is a seasoned facilitator with broad experiences that arise from coaching over 6500 clients in equine-guided learning processes. She is compassionate and tenacious with a genuine passion for supporting others as they embark on new directions for discovery, recovery and transformation. She considers the herd of Medicine Horse program horses to be partners, healers, teachers and guides in this powerfully transformative, often spiritually awakening experience.

Alyssa’s current focus is developing eligible candidates to become successful in the field of horse and human interaction. She has developed a nationally recognized curriculum that includes best practices and core principles for the field, providing hands-on training and development through intern and apprenticeship participation.