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The power of the herd is the horse...
   the power of the horse is the herd.

Janet W. Hagen, Ph.D., M.B.A.

Arena Location:
N7394 N. Brusewitz Rd.
Black Creek, WI

Mailing Address:
1310 Candlelight Court
Oshkosh, WI 54904


The Pegasus Team

Equine-Assisted Learning
Certification Training
Offered Each Spring & Fall

Leadership Seminars

Partnerships and Locations

CEU Seminars


Pegasus Publications
Journal of Practical Leadership

Equine Assisted Leadership

Healing and the Horse-Human Connection

Self-Efficacy and Well-Being

Midwest Horse Digest
     Equine Assisted Learning
     Mother-Daughter EAL

What others are saying about us!
New North B2B Women Insight Nature's Pathways Wisconsin State Horse Council

The Pegasus Team: Our Horses and Consultants

Janet W. Hagen, Ph.D. is the creator of the ground-breaking Pegasus Approach and founder of Pegasus Leadership Consultants. Dr. Hagen's background is in individual and organizational development with an emphasis on innovation, collaborative leadership and team development. Her research background provides the foundation for our data-driven, results-oriented practice. Her own leadership style provides the skill and experience necessary to address serious team and organizational issues in a non-threatening, fun, but growth-enhancing fashion.
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Janet and Joker - our quirky Appaloosa gelding.

Heather Thenell, J.D., CFP has been working in the corporate and legal arena since 1993 and is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. She has been riding since she was a young girl and has owned and shown 5 different horses in both English and Western disciplines. Currently she and her Quarter Horse "Rebel" are avid trail riders and enjoy natural horsemanship techniques. Heather's passion for working with horses and helping people grow and develop their leadership skills as well as her leadership experience and equine skills, are an ideal fit with the Pegasus Approach. Heather is a Certified Pegasus Consultant who co-facilitates corporate and other Pegasus seminars.
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Heather and Rebel in their show days. 

Amanda Coleman-Mason, Ph.D., MBA has many years of well-rounded teaching experience in higher-education and has been a successful entrepreneur. As a consultant and as an educator she has successfully engaged her leadership skills and her passions, which lay in the areas of the self-efficacy. Her education and leadership experience, as well as her background in the areas of culture and diversity are a significant addition to our leadership, corporate programs and continuing education programs.
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Dr. Coleman-Mason

Sara Hagen is a high school student at West High in Oshkosh.  She and her sister, Kate, below are an important part of the Pegasus Team.   The work hard to keep the horses in shape, well-loved and accustomed to all sorts of handling. They groom, ride and desensitize the horses regularly - using beach balls, crawling under, sliding off both sides and the back end, etc. etc.....all this keeps the Pegasus Horses friendly and accommodating to the participants in seminars. The team also makes sure they get plenty of being-a-horse-time and take them on trails whenever possible. These young women are highly skilled at assisting with the horses in Pegasus programs because they are alert and observant to even subtle changes in the horses' behavior. These observations cue participants to look for the potential meaning of those behavior changes to the participants' own behavior.
Sara is great with her riding students and makes sure they focus on their own growth as leaders in the process.

Sara and Ginger
Sara and Ginger - Our gentle and genteel tri-colored pinto mare

Kate Hagen is a student at UC Berkeley.  She is home on breaks and in the summer and helps out Sara working with the horses. She was an important participant in developing the Pegasus Approach understanding both human and equine-behavior as a participant-observer in the process. She also gives riding lesson when she is home.