Leadership is a Life Choice
Leadership isn't as much about the position you hold as it is about the way you live your life. Success comes from learning how to tap into your own personal brilliance, the courage to follow your heart's direction and the ability to navigate your life with clarity.
Training With Barbara Alexander
Experiential learning with Barbara Alexander provides skills and tools on three levels;
the outer, the inner and the secret.
The outer level is the awareness and skillful use of personal energy; the inner level is the map to balance and wellbeing; and the secret level is the mystery that unfolds through the brilliance of the heart.
About Barbara Alexander
“The measurement of true success is very simple,
it’s the JOY you experience in everything you do.”
Barbara’s passion is coaching women
on the path to creating a greater tomorrow…
Barbara Alexander, a facilitator, healer and teacher, has worked in the corporate arena for over twenty years and specialized in employee satisfaction, leadership and performance improvement. Over years of research and training in the emerging field of equine experiential learning she discovered missing links in traditional training and the keys to more functionally effective learning.
For the last 12 years she has developed innovative programs that participants say literally transform lives. Her work provides training to not only survive, but tools to thrive in today’s world with confidence. Participants come to her retreats to find their own authentic wisdom, reignite inspiration and learn skills to create soulful success.
Barbara completed her internship in Equine Facilitated Learning (EFL) in 2005 with Linda Kohanov and is a certified instructor in The Power of the Herd and The Five Roles of the Master Herder. She provides retreats and mentorships for Entrepreneurial Business Development, Equine Coaching and Reiki Healing.
“These graceful, sensitive, non-predatory power animals quite naturally teach something that feels very new to humans, and very old to equines: They show us how to run free, together—encouraging us to support each other as we also express our individuality.
When we follow their example, we learn how to protect and nourish our fellow herd members rather than use their vulnerabilities against them (as predators are apt to do). And we learn how to stand up for ourselves—without oppressing others.” -Linda Kohanov