LT1 – The Container of Leadership – April 2023
April 14, 2023
The Container of Leadership (LT-1) is a weekend training set in a safe and empowered container that addresses men’s Leadership themes in Life, Work and within the ManKind Project.
We are all the leading players in our own life stories….. so, there are no prerequisites for taking this training, other than a desire to embrace and develop the leader within.
This experiential training is designed to help a man identify and anti-dote the underlying blocks to his leadership, recognise what holds him back, and what enables him to locate the source of his personal power and to access the collective intelligence of a group. To deepen understanding and to sharpen self-awareness, some MKP leadership techniques will be included and examined
Michael Boyle has over 35 years’ experience of facilitating leadership programmes in corporations and business schools worldwide, and is a certified ManKind Project International (MKPI) Leader and Leader Trainer, based in the UK. He will be joined by Martin Wenner (MKP co-leader) and another trainer (TBC).
- Friday evening from 5 PM to 9 PM,
- all Saturday, from 10 AM to 9 PM,
- Sunday from 10AM and finish no later than 4 PM.
Price: 2500 SEK
Including coffee, the, and snacks
You must bring your own lunch and make arrangements for sleeping and transportation.
Number of tickets: 18 and we need at least 12 men to sign up to make this happen.
Scholarships and payment plans are available on discussion with Jörgen Nelsäter (training’s coordinator) on Slack or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2500 SEK non-refundable deposit paid on-line here below.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first to sign up basis.
Join the Slack channel #apr2023-lt1-stockholm
Lugnetstugorna (15 min by car outside of Stockholm) website: https://lugnetstugorna.se/
If you go by car – type in “Ängby Camping” on “Blackebergsvägen 25, 168 52 Bromma” That’s the closest way to drive. If you go by public transport, take the subway to “Ängbyplan”. From there its just a 900 meter walk. Easiest is to walk “Färjestadsvägen” to “Gubbkärrsvägen” and thereafter into the nature reserve by the fields next to Ängby camp site “Ängby Camping”.
Note! There is no running water & Swedish old school toilets “utedass”. Drinking water will be provided.