Flying Lead Change: 56 Million Years of Wisdom for Leading and Living
Kelly Wendorf (Author)
Pre-Order Ships Oct 13, 2020
A guide to living and leading through the wisdom of nature, indigenous knowledge, neuroscience, and an uncommon teacher.Underneath the challenges of our modern age, we find a common cause of disconnection--from each other, the earth, and lives of purpose and meaning. How do we turn it around? In Flying Lead Change, Kelly Wendorf offers a guide for a new approach to leading and living, grounded in evidence-based principles of neuroscience and inspired by two profound sources of ancient wisdom: Original Peoples and Equus (the horse). Wendorf presents the wisdom of a 56-million-year-old system--the horse herd--that overcame threats we now face, such as climate change and mass extinction. Here, she shares the five pillars of their success: safety, peace, connection, joy, and freedom. She reveals how true leaders in both human and equine society use these principles to benefit the whole--a model of servant leadership based on presence and care, not dominance, force, exploitation, or coercion. In horsemanship, a "flying lead change" allows a running horse to respond with breathtaking grace to changing conditions. "Collectively, we need a similar physics-defying maneuver," Wendorf writes. "This book is for the called--thought leaders, visionaries, parents, creatives, and all those who sense we are being asked to participate in humanity's 'flying change' through the way we live, love, and lead."
October 13, 2020
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About the Author
Kelly Wendorf is a mother, an International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach (MCC) who specializes in transformative change, an author, a spiritual mentor, and a socially responsible entrepreneur. She is the Founding Partner of EQUUS, an innovative leadership development organization that she runs with her partner J. Scott Strachan. EQUUS uniquely combines neuroscience, systems theory, contemplative wisdom, attachment theory, somatic processes, indigenous knowledge, and nature-based intelligence in its coaching and experiential leadership development approach. Kelly's work has been featured in such publications as Forbes, the Wall Street Journal Magazine, Vogue, and the Huffington Post, and has been the inspiration inside several award-winning documentaries. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with Scott, Molly the dog, two barn cats, and seven equines. For more, visit equusinspired.com and kellywendorf.com.