The Human Interaction Lab 13 to 17 August 2018 at Eynsham Hall near Oxford, England

A goal is a dream taken seriously.
Walt Hopkins


Walt Hopkins is the author of  Influencing for Results in Organisations  and  A Goal Is A Dream Taken Seriously  and is the co-author with George Simons of  Seven Ways to Lighten Your Life Before You Kick the Bucket.  Walt the founder of Castle Consultants International. As a member of the NTL Institute he will provide the Human Interaction Laboratory, program that 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.

The elements of the Human Interaction Laboratory include:
  • Self-Awareness
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Authenticity in Relationships
  • Deep Listening
  • Group Dynamics
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback Effectively
  • Mindfulness
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Neuroscience-based Understanding of Behavior
  • Participant Focused Agenda
  • Leadership Effectiveness
  • Experiential Methodology of T-Group Work

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.

For more information or registration, contact 
Request a registration form at  or  +44 7714 79 85 96


Join and become more fully you.

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