Group Leadership Intensive (GLI)

A Group Leadership Intensive (GLI) is a 5-day experiential learning opportunity for personal and professional development. GLI is traditionally structured for 12-16 leaders representing disparate persons from various industries or  multiple departments within an organization. The experience provides development of communication, facilitation and leadership skills and sharpens skills necessary for successful group dynamics, particularly to diagnose, access and prescribe solutions to a team at any given moment. 

Learn about yourself as you learn how to lead.

Those things that block us from being fully effective leaders are usually the same things that keep us from being more effective personally. In order to lead, you must first understand yourself and your impact on others. Most leaders have had little formal or informal education in their personal leaderships skills, methods and strategies that insure cohesive and effective relationships and team dynamics.

Improve your organization’s performance.

Great leaders master the art of working in highly complex, matrixed organizations built on foundations of trust and collaboration. They must provide support, guidance, and accountability for teams and individuals. With the increasing pace of change and stress on execution, teams are made and unmade rapidly and expected to provide results in the time required. Without the ability to nimbly form, develop and maximize the output of new teams, even the finest leaders will fail to produce required results in the time provided.  For more information about the GLI Theory and Outcomes, please see...

GLI – Group Leadership Intensive (Spring 2016)

           5pm Monday, April 18, 2016 to 5pm Saturday, April 23, 2016

GLI – Group Leadership Intensive (Fall 2016)

          5pm Monday, October 17, 2016 to 5pm Saturday, October 22, 2016

To register for this event fill out our contact form and indicate your interest in the GLI.

For additional information, please email mercedes@thenapiergroup.com.