Focusing on needs
– listening to the needs of our riders, carers, volunteers and schools.
– continually to strive to improve the quality of the service we deliver to our clients.
Skilled employees, coaches and volunteers
– attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled and dedicated people, for example, by encouraging volunteers to participate in the RDA community volunteering qualification. Involvement with RDA research tracking the changes in a rider over a four-month period.
– using our resources efficiently to the greatest benefit for our clients
Community and friendship
– fostering growth, belonging and friendship amongst Quest, Laris Farm and our county RDA. As an organisation we must encourage respect for each other’s opinions, and at the end agree to come to a level of compromise.
Demonstrating a collaborative approach.
– conducting strong PR and awareness campaigns to broaden the local community’s awareness of Quest’s work. For example, the sponsored ride, organising a disabled dressage event/gymkhana. Fundraising events.
Transparency and Accountability
– being open and consulting within Quest, Laris Farm and county RDA. Demonstrating a collaborative approach.
– maintaining close relationships with County RDA and National RDA