Founder of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey Talks About New Shifts And Rifts Leaders Must Sense And Negotiate Their Teams Through Safely.
Founder and Executive Director of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey, talks about the subtleties of authentic leadership in uncertain times and what corporate leaders are doing to bring more authentic leadership into their businesses.
TOMALES, CA – March 18, 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, “Like Horses, Leaders in Uncharted Territory Must Detect Subtle Shifts.” Ms. Aubrey is attuned to the subtle changes occurring throughout U.S. businesses as corporate leaders step up to learn how to lead more authentically.
Aubrey states, “We are living in uncertain of times which also means uncharted territory.” She continues adding, “As a country, we are experiencing major rifts and shifts in governmental leadership. However, in many segments of the corporate arena we are seeing another kind of shift, one that has the potential to lead us into a brighter future.”
According to Aubrey, “I am seeing this shift happening through my work with corporate leaders. And, my experience mirrors what Kelly Wendorf is proposing in her most recent blog entitled, The New Age of Corporate Enlightenment. Wendorf writes that some, “corporate leaders are seeking enlightenment. They are seeking the greater sensibilities that enlightenment affords: a sense of connection to the whole, wisdom, meaning, deep presence and service.” http://equussantafe.com/blog/
“This is precisely what the corporate leaders who come to me with their teams are seeking through working with the horses,” Aubrey writes. She elaborates, “Like the horses, these leaders seem to be sensing something new in the wind, perhaps some new threat, which if perceived in time always seems to open up new opportunities. Like the herd leader, these corporate leaders are intuitively seeking the safety and protection of their companies and teams.”
Aubrey turns to Wendorff once again who makes the point that, “These leaders are seeking a higher consciousness, and an active engagement with the wellspring of wisdom, intuition and attunement. And further, they are not just seeking it for themselves, but endeavoring to actively spread those attributes throughout the culture of their organizations.” http://equussantafe.com/blog/
“In the herd,” Aubrey points out, “leadership is not a static state, however, it is always the primary communication. Roles of individuals in the herd are fluid yet crystal clear.” She emphasizes that, “Leadership is shared. The herd is a living, moving unit…a whole. A company, business, corporation of any size is a living, breathing wholeness and must be treated as a living being in order to survive the vicissitudes of time.”
Read the entire article here: http://medicinehorseranch.org/like-horses-leaders-in-uncharted-territory-must-detect-subtle-shifts/
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.