of self-awareness and the factors that influence group development
The UGL – Understanding Group and Leader - course was developed for the Swedish National Defense Academy in 1981. In the late 1980’s the UGL course became increasingly popular within the Swedish business community and is today considered one of the best - and by far the most attended leadership development course in Sweden.
UGL will give you an increased understanding of how group dynamics affect results and how leadership style should be adapted to the group´s maturity stage and specific task at hand.
In cooperation with Gällöfsta Perlan Ledarskap, Kungsängen
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The course is built around Ph.D. Susan A. Wheelan’s theory, IMGD – Integrated Model of Group Development. The basis for this theory is more than 30 years of research.
UGL in English provides an opportunity for companies and organizations to offer their international employees the same training as their Swedish employees.
The course is suited for managers at all levels within the organization.
Participants will be given an opportunity, during five days, to experience and follow the development of the individual as well as the group. You will be given the opportunity to practice your own leadership and to receive feedback on your ways on how you influence the group.
You will receive essential tools such as:
Groupsize: 8-12 participants. The course is led by 2 certified facilitators. The facilitators are certified by The Swedish National Defense College.
The course is five days in length and requires full attendance (arriving on Monday morning and leaving Friday afternoon). You will also have working periods in the evenings.
It is a very good course. It will take you on a inner journey and give you memories for life!
The course is very valuable in terms of opening your mind and senses and how you interact within a group.
What do you think of the exercises and assignments that you caried through during the course?
Tough, funny, scary, inconvenient etc.
Sava Cederholm, Handledare/Kvalitetsledare, Vård- och Omsorgsförvaltningen Helsingborg