Ilan Wolffberg is a psychologist who specializes in developing and supporting the creative process in teams and organizations.
Ilan started his career as a psychology instructor at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey. He subsequently moved to Europe and worked as an industrial psychologist for the Danish Technological Institute, working with general leadership training and quality circles, on which he wrote two books.
Ilan is an Outward Bound instructor and introduced Outward Bound outdoor leadership training in Denmark. In 1990 Ilan established Scandinavian Team Training. He was a pioneer in the teaching of teamwork in Denmark, using new teambuilding techniques and experiential training.
Ilan is a Gestalt therapist, specializing in couples’ therapy (www.wolffberg.com/therapy). He uses the intellectual framework from Gestalt theory in his HR and industrial training, to focus on raising awareness of the issue at hand, bringing the problem into focus, and working on behaviors and problems in the here and now.
Ilan has worked with managers and industrial project teams in USA, Denmark, Sweden, England, France, Germany, Spain, Greece, Belgium and Hungary. His focus is on teaching leadership and creativity to managers and on making teams function better. He teaches managers how to make their own teams work better, and he works directly with teams to optimize collaboration.