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$3,900 is the tuition for the Human Interaction Laboratory.
Your skill and effectiveness as a leader or team member is made or broken through the quality of your human interactions. Give yourself the tools you need to excel.
Join a wide variety of people from different backgrounds who come together in a safe learning environment to become adept at relationships that work! You will learn how to use diversity and inclusion principles to relate more effectively with others.
Learn from others’ perspectives and experience to help you navigate your own challenging situations. Join us. Register today!
The tuition fee for this course is $3,900. Tuition fee does not include accommodations.
Course begins at 3pm on Sunday and ends at 2pm on Friday.
The elements of the Human Interaction Laboratory include:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Diversity and Equity
- Inclusion and Belonging
- Authenticity in Relationships
- Deep Listening
- Group Dynamics
- Giving and Receiving Feedback Effectively
- Conflict Resolution
- Neuroscience-based Understanding of Behavior
- Participant Focused Agenda
- Leadership Effectiveness
- Experiential Methodology of T-Group Work
NTL Institute’s signature program develops the key areas of personal and leadership effectiveness: self-awareness, interpersonal skills and knowledge of group dynamics. Today’s Human Interaction program is based on the principles of emotional intelligence - the ability to identify emotions (in both yourself and others), to realize the powerful effects of those emotions, and to apply that information to guide behavior.
In real-time situations, you will learn how your own behavior impacts others. You will learn to give and receive feedback in a way that creates connections with others and not defensiveness in them or yourself. Through this process you will learn to make the changes you need to make to achieve the results you desire.
Past participants report that after the HI Lab they are able to communicate more effectively with co-workers, colleagues, clients, and family members and that this learning “sticks” over time. The Human Interaction Laboratory of today is as impactful– even life-changing – as it was over 60 years ago.
Meet the Staff of the April 2020 Human Interaction Laboratory!
Kathy M. Lippert, Ph.D.
Dr. Lippert has been an internal and external Organization Development Consultant since 1975 specializing in culture change, teams that produce outstanding results, globalization of the workplace, and the establishment of mutually satisfying and empowering relationships between management and employees while fostering productive learning environments. Her worldwide clients range from small groups to corporations, not-for-profit organizations, government, and unions. Her international work includes training and consulting with professional staff members of the Witnesses and Victims Support Section of the Special Court of Sierra Leone, a United Nations backed war crimes court in West Africa. Besides consulting, Kathy has served as a faculty member in the American University/ NTL Institute Master of Science in Organization Development program, University of Cincinnati/ NTL Institute Master of Science program and in graduate and undergraduate departments at the University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, Xavier University and the Ohio College of Applied Science.Dr. Lippert has written and published articles and chapters on group process and change. In her forty years as an NTL Institute professional member, she has staffed and acted as dean for many of NTL’s signature programs from Human Interaction Laboratories to Senior Managers Conferences, Team Building, and Advanced Team Building programs.
Antoine Johnson, MSOD
Antoine Johnson is a results-oriented Organizational Development professional with over a decade of experience in Organizational Development/Effectiveness, Talent Management, Leadership and Workforce Development. A Certified Executive Coach known for guiding leaders and rising talent through managing change and career development in corporate and non-profit sectors. A dynamic and adaptable facilitator who exhibits honed communication, problem-solving, and presentation abilities.
M. Carmen Lane, MSOD
M. Carmen Lane (MSOD, School of Public Affairs, American University) is an organizational consultant, diversity practitioner and leadership coach. As a public speaker and educator, Carmen has engaged organizations and communities on the interrelationship between self-awareness, diversity, and systems change. Carmen is a member of the NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science and board member at the Cleveland Mediation Center.
Mette Jacobsgaard is an organization and development aid consultant with a background in law and social and political sciences from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Cambridge University, UK. She is Danish and has worked and lived internationally for more than 30 years. Her client base is varied and culturally diverse and the work stretches from grassroots development projects in rural Africa and Asia to high-level work with governments, ministries, and judiciaries worldwide. In addition, Mette is a trained mediator and has worked with mediation and conflict resolution in diverse environments. Mette has used Appreciative Inquiry as her preferred approach for the past 22years and has applied it to team building, project identification, action planning and evaluation in groups varying from 2 to 200. She specializes in applying AI to diverse and mixed cultural situations and situations of conflict.
Due to the safety precautions of COVID-19, NTL will postpone the April 2020 Human Interaction Laboratory to a later date. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Office Manager, Dazia Wallerson at email@example.com for more information.
What people say
I came in with anticipation and nervousness about the unknown — I left with understanding, and a quantity of positive emotions and feelings, lifelong friendships, and an eagerness to continue learning. There's a vast array of information and tools to enhance leadership skills. Thank you!
I am new to experiential learning. I came to NTL's Human Interaction Lab with high hopes and expectations, both personally and professionally. These were far surpassed, and what I experienced was profound. I believe it important to conclude this survey as I began the experience: fully engaged and invested in new and dynamic dimensions of growth.
I got a lot out of this experience and grew tremendously as a person. The group process work is amazing and powerful.
I came in anxious and unsure about the process and what I would take away. Now I'm committed to continued personal growth. Thank you for providing this transformative experience!