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Upleveling Your 

Presence

 Authentically  feminine.
lead not by authority but by sheer presence.
Offers

All offers can be tailored to your needs.

We also provide personalized, 1-2-1 coaching sessions for women, tailoring our approach to meet individual needs and aspirations. Our aim is to offer a supportive and enriching environment where women can explore their unique experiences, challenges, and goals, allowing for a more personalized and effective coaching journey.

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Female Leadership

A specialized approach to leadership development that involves working with horses as co-facilitators. This coaching method is particularly designed to empower and support women in leadership roles, helping them harness their unique strengths and abilities.

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Young Female Leadership Program

We work with Young/Junior Female Leaders over a period of either 3 or 6 months. ​​Women can learn a lot when it comes to leadership from the alpha mare - trust, responsibility, social skills, being naturally feminine. They lead not by authority, but by their sheer presence and an inner sense of knowing what is right. 

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Setting Boundaries

Horse coaching for women provides a unique and experiential opportunity to explore and practice boundary-setting in a supportive and non-judgmental environment. The skills developed in this context can be transferred to various aspects of life, including leadership roles, personal relationships, and self-care practices.

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Discovery Workshop

In this discovery workshop, you will learn to apply the principles of The Women of Influence. We will uncover the skill sets you need to master to transform into a successful female leader, and boost your business.

Female leadership

Female Leadership and Female Empowerment Is a much discussed topic these days, and opinions on how women should lead and how to get more women into boardrooms are as scattered as they can be.  

 

When I was still in the corporate world, I had a vision of confident, elf like women that are fully in their power and would be present in boardrooms in equal numbers as men and would have the same “power” as their male counterparts. I had that vision to be one of them and even though my desire has changed in context, I still believe in this vision to be true one day.

 

Whilst I strongly believe that structures need to be improved in order to remove glass ceilings, I believe even more in women empowering themselves by harnessing their leadership skills and boosting their self-confidence to show up as empowered leaders that are equal to their male counterparts. They need to learn to walk their talk whilst dealing with duality such as, shame and guilt of not being perfect, tapping way too much into their masculine energy of feeling forced to be like men in order to be successful, scrambling in their private lives to be the perfect wife, keeping the house in order, perfect mom and last but not least perfect friend.

 

I feel there are some tools that we have all been born with, but that have gotten lost in the “natural female leadership” toolkit: they should be “re-learned”.

Let me list what they are, to name the most important ones.

First and foremost, setting boundaries and being able to say no,

second releasing shame and guilt for their choices,

third, stepping into their power with confidence without becoming bitchy, angry and resentful,

fourth, being unapologetic about the fact that they come first no matter what and filling their energy cup first.  

 

Relearning these toolkits is what most female leaders, both entrepreneurs and managers, come to the horses for.  And the horses are one of the most effective and powerful ways to experience what this “toolkit” actually feels like. Because only what we can feel, we can embody in our daily life.

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"The female leaders that will change the world we live in inspired by
being feminine, naturally authentic, have a presence and confidence and a vision"


-- Nadia Boersch

 

The Benefits

Enhanced Self-Awareness

Working with horses often requires individuals to be fully present in the moment. Female leaders can benefit from developing mindfulness and presence, which can improve their decision-making and ability to connect with others.

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Building Mindfulness and Presence

Working with horses often requires individuals to be fully present in the moment. Female leaders benefit from developing mindfulness and presence, which can improve their decision-making and ability to connect with others.

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Empowerment

Interacting with horses is empowering, as it involves taking charge and leading the horse. Female leaders can draw parallels between their interactions with horses and their leadership roles, fostering a sense of empowerment.

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Building Confidence & Trust

Developing a positive relationship with a horse requires trust and confidence. Women benefit from these experiences by learning to trust their instincts, make decisions confidently, and build trust within their teams.

More Ease, Less Stress

Spending time with horses in a tranquil outdoor setting is a source of stress relief. Women often face stress from various life demands, and horse coaching can provide a calming and therapeutic experience.

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Boundary Setting

 Equine-assisted coaching can teach women about setting boundaries and asserting themselves appropriately. Understanding how to establish personal boundaries is valuable for self-care and maintaining healthy relationships.

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How to work with Us 
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For Everyone:

Free experiential events

Open-enrollment workshops

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For Companies

Full-day trainings tailored specifically for companies 

 

Programs that run over several months for young managers and female leaders 

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Private Sessions

Personalized individual coaching sessions available with the horses either in person and also in an online format

Client Stories: Female Empowerment

Client Stories: Female Empowerment

Client Stories: Female Empowerment

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Dr. Fadil Citaku, PhD, Professor of Leadership and Owner of the Academy of Leadership Sciences in Zurich Switzerland about his experience on what we can learn from horses on actually DOING leadership and about the two main leadership factors EQ and IQ. 

Michelle Olufeso, Financial & Accounting Expert, gives insights into how her life changed after spending 4 days with the horses in Nadia's training. The funny thing is, as a left-brain thinker Michelle does not do animals and much less emotions, so the experiences she had were beyond surprising to her. 

The impact

  • What is the process of a Horse Coaching Session or Workshop?
    The majority of the workshops and coaching sessions we run, and in particular the individual sessions are all different. There is of course an overall structure or agenda to every session. But what happens in the sessions itself is never structured, but depends on what shows up in the process that we are going through. In general, we work partly with the horses and sometimes we do exercises and reflective work in-between without the horses. After the session (about 10-14 days later), there is always a quick follow up - either a meeting with all workshop participants on zoom, or a quick voice message on messenger. This is important in order to make sure, all coachees and participants are on track and feeling good.
  • What do I need to wear and what do I need to bring?
    We will be working outside with the horses, so you need to make sure that you have weather proof clothes. The workshop will take place even if the weather is not ideal, (so unless it is raining "cats and dogs"). You need to make sure that you wear appropriate shoes (no sandals allowed) like sneakers or good walking shoes. The clothes you bring can get dirty so we recommend to take something washable. We will provide you with drinks and some snacks, but we always recommend to bring a bottle of water for your trip home.
  • Will the workshop or my session still take place in bad weather?
    We always follow through with the workshops and 1-2-1 sessions even if the weather is not ideal. The weather plays an important role in the coaching and forms part of the coaching experience. The horses dont mind the bad weather at all, just us humans do ;). Conditions under which we do not coach: 1) SNOW 2) Under 12C temperature. 3) Storm & massive rain.
  • Do I need experience with horses in advance?
    You (and your team) don't need to have any experience with horses in advance. The horses can work with anyone. No matter if you are an experienced rider or have never been in touch with a horse.
  • What if I have fear of horses?
    We have worked with a lot of people that have had (different levels) of fear of horses. In our experience, EVERY single person that faced their fear of horses at our facilities, fell completely in love with the horses and had a massive breakthrough in their personal development journey.
  • In which languages do you provide the coaching?
    We mainly work in English, but we also work in German. For some languages we can co-facilitiate with other coaches if necessary, in particular in Belgium.
  • Where do the workshops take place?
    We offer workshops in Belgium, Vienna, Austria, Stockholm, Zurich, Munich, California & Dubai. To see more about our main Location and Partner Stables, check out Location Overview. https://nadiaboersch.com/horse-coaching#locations
  • Can I bring my dog?
    Unfortunately, we have had bad experiences with dogs on the side during our Workshops & Coachings. It presents a significant risk to both the dog and the horses. Additionally, our workshops and coaching sessions involve profound emotional work, and we've observed that having dogs on site can be distracting for both the participants and the horses, disrupting their experience and the process.
  • How much capacity do you have in one Team Building session?
    The ideal group size is about 8 people. But also bigger groups around 12–15 people are welcome. Under this condition, we are working with a second coach to provide the complete coaching experience.
  • What areas do you offer to work on with companies?
    We offer 4 types of coaching sessions. 1. Confident Leadership, We have a special program for young/junior female leaders 2. Impact on Stage and Speaking 3. Sales & Getting to YES 4. Team Building Workshops / High Performing Teams
  • Can I bring my kids?
    To the coffee and horses free events we of course welcome kids. In the workshops however we do deep emotional work and we have found that having children on site, distracts both the participants and the horses from the healing journey and process. If you want to bring your kids before or after the workshop to spend some cuddle time with the horses, you are more than welcome to do so.
  • Do you offer coaching sessions just about horsemanship?
    Yes we do. Horsemanship is a part of energetic work with horses. However we would recommend instead of individual work on horsemanship or energetic work with horses, that you tune into "The Horse-Frequency" Workshop - series.
  • Can I bring my own horse to participate in the Private Session?
    This will have to be discussed on an individual basis, usually Nadia prefers to work with Arabian Horses and/or her horses, and it is has certain benefits to work with horses that you do not know because they give you a non-biased view. When we work with horses that we have a close connection to, we may associate certain behaviours as "he always does this ..." he always does this when..." versus an objective mirroring behaviour that the horses always offer, but the participant may not be able to see.

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