Do you know what it is? Some people have heard of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) but are not quite sure what it is or how it can benefit them. Have you been considering a course but not sure where to look, who to choose etc? Rather than listen to bias, now is you chance to find out more and get your questions answered on an 'introduction to NLP day'
Would you like to know:
NLP has made an amazing and unexpected difference in my life, both personally and in the workplace. I first became involved in NLP for 'management of change' whilst working as an Operations Director for a manufacturing company in the West Midlands; my wife became involved as a Practice Nurse in the NHS, dealing with both patient and staff issues. In both our areas, clarity of communication is essential. NLP has been described by its co-creator Richard Bandler as "The study of the structure of subjective experience" which literally means how our decisions are based on our experiences, regardless of how logically or methodically we think we consider them.
What is it you want to change or understand and effect more usefully......? Coaching, leadership, sales, training, presentation skills, therapeutic intervention, behaviours, beliefs etc. One of the key presuppositions in NLP is 'the map is not the territory' yet we continue to act as if our map is the territory and become frustrated when the terrain isn't as expected - friends and colleagues don't act in the way we think they should, relationships don't pan out to be as we'd hoped, customers don't buy what we KNOW to be the obvious choice. This is where NLP can make the difference.
The difference that makes the difference
What makes NLP so powerful is that it is based on modelling excellence in each of us and more specifically in key communicators in their field; this is what has taken Anthony Robbins, Paul McKenna, Derren Brown and so many more to the top of their game. Richard Bandler and John Grinder invested huge amounts of time working with Virginia Satr, Fritz Pears, Milton Erickson, Gregory Batesman and many others to bring together what is now known as the field of NLP.
The aim of this NLP event is not for you to consider booking a more in-depth NLP Practitioner course, it is to introduce you to the core skills of NLP in a way that will enable you to see and experience real application in the key areas that are currently of interest to you. You will then feel more able to make the informed decision of where to go next on your NLP journey.
Over the day you will learn and get to practice:
- The 4 pillars of NLP - outcomes, rapport, behavioural flexibility, sensory acuity
- Eye accessing cues - your eyes say more than you think
- Anchors and triggers
- State creation - relaxation, motivation and more....
- Small words with big meanings
- Metaphors mean more than you think
- Persuasive language - how to directionalise outcomes
Too good to be true, what will it cost?
So many people are offering NLP now I'm waiting to see it on rogue traders or watchdog as the field is currently suffering from a number of unqualified practitioners. But please do not judge a field by the work of these few, please seek to understanding NLP more clearly.
If you are more informed you can make a more informed decision on how to develop your interests in NLP. We offer 'no pressure selling' just the chance to find out more about this fascinating field.
I can run an Introduction to NLP day on-site for your organisation or you can choose to attend one of the dates for the Introduction to NLP shown below.
- Saturday 21st January 2017
- Friday 7th April 2017
How can I pay the £35?
You can choose to pay via creditcard/debitcard(click add to cart button), send a cheque, bank transfer or if your company is paying we can send an invoice.
Any questions? Please call Mark on 0121 251 6172