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This is my gift for horse people all over the world.  I realize you are looking for proven techniques to train both your horse and your students.  Now you do!  The Horse and Rider Awareness videos are homemade and follow the training progress of several horses and riders over the years.  They are live films taken in the actual training session so you can see what happens to real horses and riders.  There is no editing and I am filming as I coaching.  These techniques have been tested on 1000's of horses and riders and have also been used in instructor training and certification programs.
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10 Characteristics of Community Leaders

10 Characteristics of Community Leaders | Horse and Rider Awareness | Scoop.it
In addition to traits of superior leadership in any discipline, such as integrity and responsibility, here are ten characteristics that are particular to excellent community leaders.

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The facts are, any business page you create, in any social media  network, is really the beginning of creating your own community for people to be a part of. Why would they want to join yours?

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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 6, 2013 4:37 PM

Leadership needs to get adapted on a daily base...

 

AnnC's curator insight, January 7, 2013 10:12 PM

Walk beside and develop leadership in your community.

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5 Reasons Leadership Falls Flat

5 Reasons Leadership Falls Flat | Horse and Rider Awareness | Scoop.it

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Many of us have become leaders in our worlds.  Even if only to our clients.  We reallly have no choice as it comes with the work we do.  Yet, some people never do get comfortable simply because they do not know what to do.  

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, December 16, 2012 6:48 AM


Being accepted as a leader, especially if you are new to a leadership role or have been asked to lead a new group of people who do not know of you or your success in previous leadership roles, can be  difficult if you make some very common mistakes in how you approach the leadership role.


The real measure of success in any leadership role, is to have those you lead follow your direction without hesitation, and be willing to go that extra mile when you ask it of them.


This excellent article, suggests that the common mistakes made by leaders that lead to them not being accepted by team members can be avoided, and it outlines five of the most common mistakes and then advises how to avoid them.