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Collective Intelligence- Robert DILTS- ENEM6 - 2023/24

600,00 €



Web training module 2023/234

Facilitate Collective Intelligence

"The pooling of skills"

Robert DILTS

NLP researcher and developer

Two interactive, personal and authentic sessions to tackle the subject of artificial intelligence. This module is taken from the Company development system of the Strategic Coach and Relationship Management training.


Collaboration is about working together.
Good collaboration comes from weaving together different types and levels of contribution in service of a common mission. This creates the possibility of collective intelligence, which is a unique characteristic of high performing teams and organizations. In companies and organizations, collective intelligence refers to the ability of people within a team, group or organization to think and act in an aligned and coordinated manner.
The fruit of effective collective intelligence is what is called generative collaboration. Generative collaboration involves people working together to create or generate something new, surprising, and beyond the capabilities of each member of the group. This program will cover some key strategies to help groups achieve the appropriate degree of cohesion and alignment as their collective intelligence emerges, including:

- Sharing - exchanging information
- Swarming - directing knowledge towards a particular problem or result
- Grouping - coming together to help each other.

We will look at how these processes can be applied:

- Bench Marking - setting standards
- Best Practices - sharing effective strategies
- Brainstorming - generating new ideas
- Generative Collaboration - creating something new


Objective of the module

  • Create the conditions for a relationship and resonance in a group.
  • Identify and promote synergies between group members.
  • Increase the potential "collective IQ" within a group or team.
  • Assess the level of collaboration of a group or team.
  • Develop the qualities of mindset that promote collective intelligence.
  • Apply emotional intelligence in a group setting.

Module program

• Session 1: Thursday 05/16/2024 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Europe/Paris: Facilitating Collective Intelligence - S1 - Robert DILTS - Translator: Hannah Bensoussan - ENEM6 - 2023/24
• Session 2: Thursday 06/06/2024 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Europe/Paris: Facilitating Collective Intelligence - S2 - Robert DILTS - Translator: Hannah Bensoussan - ENEM6 - 2023/24

Skills acquired at the end of the training (pedagogical objectives)

  • Define and control key criteria for interaction between group members.
  • Support the establishment of a necessary level rapport between group members.
  • Identify and articulate a balanced vision and purpose to serve as a focal point for collective intelligence.
  • Establish and ensure conditions for open sharing and communication among group members.
  • Select and implement the appropriate personal internal state and external behavior patterns required to ensure the development of collective intelligence in a group.
  • Work with the collective intelligence success factors modeling model.

Target audience and prerequisites

  • Any manager, HR and professional in the field of business support, experienced or in retraining 
  • No prerequisites


Robert DILTS : Since 1975, Robert DILTS has been one of the main researchers and developers of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and its applications in the fields of health, education and business. Robert Dilts is an internationally renowned writer, coach, consultant and researcher.

Modality, means and teaching aids

Interactive and experiential approach

  • Individual work, in pairs and sub-groups during and outside the sessions
  • Excerpts from intervention sessions or complete sessions 
  • Group facilitation method (LS/Wooclap)
  • Analysis and sharing of experiences

Evaluation and monitoring methods

Obtaining the certificate for this module requires: 

  • to have passed 75% of the homework to be done outside of class (MCQ, videos, homework, collaborative work, etc.) 
  • to have attended at least 75% of the course sessions 

Assessment of student satisfaction

At the end of the training, a satisfaction questionnaire will be completed by each participant so that they can assess the relevance of the content of the training with regard to their professional practice and the achievement of their objectives.


  • Special rate : €600 including VAT
  • Rate reserved for lactation students : €420 including tax
  • Company/agreement rate : €690 including tax


Version of 22-02-2023