Home of Lead Horses
Here is a world unique from any other.
At Outside Initiatives, horses teach us about the quality and service you expect from a leader. Seventeen miniature horses in their herd society provide a non-threatening teaching model in our immersion programs building skill in communication, confidence and leadership. This allows us to take on tough issues and provide opportunities to really explore and understand difficult concepts such as: Trust, Courage, Compassion, Integrity and Decision Making. Body language, the language of the horse, is the mode of communication used in our programs, resulting in more confident postures and acute communication skills. Our focus is on groundwork where miniature horses are our equal partners. It is here without fanfare that these key traits rapidly unfold in children of all ages, as they try to bring the best out in their horse partners. Come see what amazing things happen in very short periods of time.
Whether you are looking for an interesting field trip, family outing, formal programs for your kids, or a friend to share some therapy time with, this pastoral setting in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Mountains, is the place for you.
Browse this Web site for more information about Outside Initiatives. If you have any questions or would like to speak with a Outside Initiatives representative about our services, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 541 409 0810
At Outside Initiatives, the horses and community youth always come first.
"This is for you susan. I used this on an application for an FFA officer position.
2. Someone that has inspired me the most as a leader is Susan Schwendiman. Susan has inspired me as a leader because she has a strong leadership role which she uses to teach me, as well as others valuable leadership skills. Not just by telling me but by showing me through real experiences that have challenged me, but given me hope that I can someday be a strong leader like her. One thing I really like about Susan’s leadership style is how she uses her skills to teach others about leadership around people and horses. With these methods I feel that I have a stronger leadership role because they both teach me separate things that are equally important because I use them both in my everyday life. One thing I dislike about Susan’s leadership style is when she assumes you are ready to take over as leader and gives you the responsibility with no warning, and I believe that as a leader she should prepare people for moments where she expects you to take over the responsibility at hand. But I believe that Susan has made the biggest impact on me as a leader, and that will never change because what she has taught me will stick with me forever.”
Taylor Jones Youth Advisory Committee Member and Student at Central LInn Middle School
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