Group Processes, Facilitation, and Intervention

Milano School of SPE: Org Change Management

Group Processes

Fall 2011

Taught By: Mark Lipton

Section: A

Course Reference Number: 3031

Credits: 3

This course is primarily a laboratory training experience based on a model refined over the decades by National Training Laboratories. The NTL model, which focuses on personal and group development, is supplemented to provide a richer experience for understanding and applying group-process theory. Further opportunities to develop and practice sophisticated group facilitation skills are provided. A preregistration interview is required for each student considering the course. Due to the intense nature of the group experiences and the potential for psychological risk, the interview is critical for determining whether the course will be appropriate and useful. Admission is at the discretion of the instructor, but should be a collaborative decision between instructor and student. Students managing a personal crisis should not consider the course until the crisis is well under control. Students engaged in psychotherapy or counseling should notify the instructor during the screening interview. MS, Organizational Change Management and Advanced Certificate in Organizational Development requirement.

College: Milano School of SPE (MM)

Department: Org Change Management (MOCM)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Lecture (L)

Max Enrollment: 15