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ASTD Special Event - Equine-Guided Learning

  • Friday, October 26, 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Gibson Training Center - Albany, WI
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  • Registration option for student members.

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Equine-Guided Learning

Friday, October 26

9:00 AM - Noon

Gibson Training Center

N6920 Highway E, Albany, WI

(about 30 minutes south of Madison)


Appropriate attire includes jeans and closed-toed shoes (boots are preferred for safety). We will hold the session rain or shine. Depending on weather, we may be outside or inside, so dress appropriately.


LIMIT - 20 participants


Members - $49   Non-members - $69


Training a horse is all about building a relationship based on communication and trust.  The same can be said about training people!


Join Gary and Lori Gibson as they lead you through a series of activities with horses that will make you think, encourage you to step out of your comfort zone, and help you translate your experience into personal lessons you can apply to your work and your life.


This is NOT geared toward people who are experienced riders. Just the opposite is true - if you are curious, haven't spent much time around horses, or may even have some fear of them...this will be a fun and safe way to be with them and learn about yourself in the process. Everyone's experience is different, but you can expect to leave with new insights about concepts such as:

  • Personal presence
  • Self confidence
  • Personal Impact
  • Leadership
  • Body language
  • Clarity in communication

Your Facilitators:

Gary Gibson has 30 years of experience as a horse trainer. He has owned Gibson Training Center since 2000.  Prior to training full time, he worked in PR and Community Relations for American Family Insurance.

Lori Gibson also has 30 years of training experience - but with people!  Lori currently serves on our SCWC-ASTD Board, has her own consulting business and is a fairly recent equestrian. She just started riding 3 years ago and is excited to share the experience of learning from horses with others.

For more information check out their web sites: http://LKGibsonConsulting.com and http://GibsonTrainingCenter.com

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