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19516 Kistler Farm Road
Davidson, NC, 28036
United States

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Corporate Programming

Is your team seeking a unique approach to leadership and team development?

Consider spending the day at the farm for a equine facilitated learning event created especially for your staff. Our skilled team of facilitators will lead your group through a program customized to address specific organizational goals or challenges. We can create an experience that lasts anywhere from half a day to a comprehensive plan with recurrent visits.

To learn more about equine facilitated learning, click HERE!


Past EFL clients include:

  • Carolinas Healthcare System
  • Council for Children’s Rights
  • Davidson College Residence Life Office
  • Friday Fellows
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • Matrix Wealth Advisors
  • UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine
  • UNC-Charlotte Undergraduate Recovery Services
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wingate University School of Pharmacy 

We also invite you to check out our trusted EFL partner, Teachinghorse (www.teachinghorse.com).  Since 2004, this dynamic organization based in Raleigh, North Carolina and founded by June Gunter, Ed.D. and Beth Hyjek, MFA has been preparing leaders based upon a model inspired by how horses lead their herds.


Corporate client testimonials:

“I watched my team share and take risks and others seemed open to learning.  I felt validated around some of my own leadership support choices, and observed how some others didn’t lead us to the most productive action.  I listened to people talk about the activities over the next few days and heard how it made them think.”
 

“I believe that my experience with the horses of Triple Play Farm helped reinforce a concept that I have been thinking about for some time. I’m grateful for the opportunity to have spent some time away from the healthcare setting in order to reflect on how the time we spend with our patients in the office is a minority of their lives. Maybe if we can meet our patients on their own terms, we will be better suited to taking care of their health or partnering with them in this effort.”