Workshops for Companies and Organizations

The Psychology Group Norden organizes workshops and seminars on Kamala Heights ( on Phuket Island, Thailand, during the winter months (October to March).

Kamala Heights

Develop yourself and your leadership

Lift yourself and your leadership and do it in an exclusive, beautiful and relaxing environment far from your everyday life. Kamala Heights is our own facility, created to allow us as a group to be together and work undisturbed. It is located on a hillside on Phuket Island in Thailand, overlooking the sea, the mountains and the lush green valley below.

The workshop is intended for you, who have experience of managing and developing businesses, who have taken many courses and training in this area, but still feel that there is an untapped potential within you that you wish to access and use, not least when you need it most. Our program is structured in a way that will help you realize those goals.

We combine working with external factors of leadership with internal ones, affecting you and how you feel about yourself and your capabilities. During the program, we continually work with a mix of lectures, group work and mental training, individually and in a group.

The regular program also includes physical yoga. Moreover, you can get a massage by the pool and other curative treatments.

Welcome to a workshop that provides knowledge, practical tools for personal development and better leadership, and exotic experiences, all in a perfect combination!

Time of workshop

The workshop takes place Febr.2, 2015- Febr.8, 2015 and March 15, 2015- March 22, 2015.

Maximum number of participants



Göran Rosenberg

Jonas Sandberg

Nils-Erik Tedgård

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Values and attitudes are deeply rooted in each person and organization. They control decisions and practices. By reflecting on our behaviour, we can increase our self-awareness. The benefits of self-awareness are many, including increasing awareness of the thoughts and emotions that govern behaviour and what motivates people. We also need tools to be able to deal with people in a constructive way and to turn difficulties into opportunities. Therefore, our program is based on how we can be better at relating to and influencing both ourselves and our surroundings.


– To increase understanding and knowledge of how to create good relations with the environment

– To increase understanding of how to build successful teams

– A significantly more effective communication

– To increase the probability of achieving goals

– Increased self-awareness

– To get access to different mental strategies to increase personal wellbeing.


After completing the training, participants will

  • be able to identify different behavioural styles based on the DISC model
  • know how these different behavioural styles should be handled optimally
  • have increased knowledge of the connection between behaviour and underlying needs
  • have a tool for evaluating employees’ personal skills,
  • be able to use the DISC tool in work for change
  • be able to use various mental tools for personal and business development
  • know how to increase the quality of talk with employees
  • have knowledge of how to use a structured methodology in work with employees.


The program is divided into three blocks:

BLOCK 1 aims at increasing our understanding of ourselves and our interactions with others. We have chosen to use the DISC model as basis for analysis of behaviour, due to its ability to describe complex interactions within and between people in a simple and educational way, easy to understand and to apply. The model is a tool to increase awareness of our own behaviour and to adapt it to different situations and people. Based on the model, we have added the connection between behaviour and needs. As needs determine behaviour, it also explains why two people with the same behavioural profile may exhibit significant differences in their behaviour. An individual’s degree of balance / imbalance in behavioural profile is of great importance for work performance and wellbeing. We will also introduce a unique game that highlights the consequences of the choices we make and how they affect the environment.

BOCK 2 is a practically oriented review and training of different situations that we encounter in our work as leaders. The difficult talk, how to give and take criticism, and the stimulating talk. In this block participants will also learn a simple and structured approach to developing and motivating staff.

BLOCK 3 is a structured mental training. Participants receive practical help, both in groups and individually, to make use of various mental tools that are tailored to their own internal development as well as to managing different external situations that arise in interaction with others. The methodology is more in-depth than traditional mental training and can also have more lasting effects.

During implementation of the program we alternate between lectures, group work, individual reflection, discussions and practical training

From the contents

  • Some basic principles of communication.
  • How we make contact and how we control it
  • The difference between direct and indirect communication.
  • Description of the DISC model and what it measures.
  • Strengths and weaknesses of different behaviours.
  • Review of personal behavioural style with feedback.
  • What happens when different behavioural profiles meet.
  • What are the needs that control behaviour.
  • Characteristics of each behavioural profile when he/she is in balance and imbalance.
  • How to handle unbalanced behaviour.
  • How to progress when contact has reached deadlock
  • How to adapt communication to different profiles and situations.
  • Basic principles of goal imagery
  • Goal imagery practically adapted to personal situation.
  • The difficult talk we try to avoid
  • How we in a structured way can get better at developing employees.
  • Guidelines for giving and taking criticism.
  • To give feedback – guidelines and adaptation to different profiles.

After completion of the program participants have a very useful tool that is directly applicable to their own leadership.


A combination of education, workshop, training and personal coaching in a relaxed and natural setting. The program begins with dinner on Sunday and ends with lunch on Saturday the following week.
Some items on the agenda:


  • 15:00 Arrival, checking in, and short information
  • 18:00 Dinner
  • 19:30 to 20:30 Introduction and presentations
  • 20.30- Free time


  • 8:00 – 9:00 Breakfast
  • 09:00 – 12:00 Co-operative play Cohero. Briefing, playing, reflections.
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch
  • 13-15,00 Free time
  • 15.00-18.00 Cohero follow-up. Presentation of the behavioural model DISC with participants´ own analysis
  • 18.00-19.00 Dinner
  • 19.00-21.00 Mental training
  • 21.00- • Free time


  • 8.00-9.00 Breakfast
  • 9.00-12.00 DISC continued. How to use it as a communication tool.
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch
  • 13.00-16:00 Free time
  • 16.00-18.00 Practical training in dealing with difficult situations on the basis of DISC
  • 18.00-19.00 Dinner
  • 19.00-21.00 Mental training
  • 21.00- Free time


  • 8.00-9.00 Breakfast
  • 9.00-12.00 Needs behind behaviour. How to identify and deal with unbalanced behaviour
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch
  • 13.00-16.00 Free time
  • 16.00-18.00 Practical leadership. The art of listening and asking questions
  • 18.00-19.00 Dinner
  • 19.00-21.00 Mental training
  • 21.00- Free time


  • 8.00-9.30 Breakfast
  • 9.30-12.00 Arranged excursion in the surroundings
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch
  • 13.00-16.00 Excursion continued
  • 16.00-19.00 Free time
  • 19.00-20.00 Dinner
  • 20.00- Free time


  • 8.00-9.00 Breakfast
  • 9.00-12.00 Practical leadership continued. The tough talk
  • 12.00-13.00 Lunch
  • 13.00-16.00 Free time
  • 16.00-18.00 Practical leadership. How to use structures to develop employees
  • 18.00-19.00 Mental training
  • 19.00-21.00 Dinner with diploma ceremony
  • 21.00- Free time


  • 08.00-10-00 Breakfast
  • Free time rest of the day


  • 8.00 – 10.00 Breakfast
  • 11.00 – 12.00 Check-out
  • 12.30 Departure to the airport


For the full program, the price is SEK 26 000 -. This includes all documentation, all materials, personal DISC analysis and the cost of room and board, and transportation to and from the airport. Travel expenses to and from Phuket are not included. We can help you find suitable flights either directly to Phuket or via Bangkok. With Norwegian you can fly affordably to Bangkok. There are both first and second class. Departures from Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen. Connecting flights to Phuket depart throughout the day and evening. You can choose from a number of different airlines.

Kind regards,

Psychology Group Norden Ltd

Göran Rosenberg Nils-Erik Tedgård Jonas Sandberg




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