An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair

Given that this year in our training, our business consulting and through NLP Cafe and other forums we will be focussing on Modeling, it would be a good time to re-publish some of the defining articles on the subject. This entry is an article first published in The Model Magazine, Edition 3, 2005 – An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair. It includes and Introduction by Robert Dilts. Advertisements Continue reading An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair

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Books Recommended for NLP Practitioners

Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming (Paperback) by Richard Bandler & John Grinder, Steve Andreas (Editor), John O. Srevens (Editor) The Structure of Magic: A Book About Language and Therapy (Paperback) by Richard Bandler & John Grinder The Structure of Magic II: A Book About Communication and Change (Book 2) Our commentary Trance-Formations: Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Structure of Hypnosis Reframing: Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Transformation of Meaning Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. [PATTERNS OF THE HYPNOTIC T-V01] Turtles All the Way Down: Prerequisites to Personal Genius by John Grinder and Judith DeLozier (Paperback – … Continue reading Books Recommended for NLP Practitioners

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Confusion and Learning

Some thoughts about the learning process… Typically people think that success is good and confusion is bad. In our workshops we’re always telling you that success is the most dangerous human experience, because it keeps you from noticing other things and learning other ways of doing things. That also means that any time you fail, there’s an unprecedented opportunity for you to learn something that you wouldn’t otherwise notice. Confusion is the doorway to reorganizing your perceptions and learning something new. If you were never confused, that would mean that everything that happened to you fit your expectations, your model … Continue reading Confusion and Learning

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Blue-Sky Transformation is now an ITANLP Certifying Institute

International Trainers Academy of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Certifying Institute

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Blue-Sky Transformation, lead by principle trainers, Mark Spencer and Sonya Yeh Spencer,  has been accepted by the International Trainers Academy (ITANLP) as a Certifying Institue of NLP.  The company certifies practitioner level certification with Grinder, Bostic & Carroll ink signature.

The seal of approval by the ITA demonstrates the highest quality NLP Training and represents Blue-Sky Transformation’s commitment to provide the most effective, highest quality and up to date NLP training to their students and affiliates around the world. 

The mission of the ITA is to continually improve the quality of NLP Training on offer to the NLP public by ensuring our member Trainers have received the highest quality NLP Trainers Training and testing themselves, and that member trainers are committed to continually develop and enhance their own NLP skills.

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Blue-Sky Transformation joins the International Trainers Academy of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ITANLP)

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The mission of the ITA is to continually improve the quality of NLP Training on offer to the NLP public by ensuring our member Trainers have themselves received the highest quality NLP Trainers Training and testing, and that member trainers are committed to continually develop and enhance their own NLP skills.

 

Mark Spencer and Sonya Yeh Spencer recently graduated fromt the Trainers Training course and Evaluation process in the UK and are now an ITA Member Institute.

 

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HR view of NLP

When HR manager Donna Alder had to oversee the outplacement of 700 people at healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline on Merseyside, she drew on the communication tools she had acquired from a course in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).  “I wanted to make sure that people could leave the site with their heads held high,” she says. “I ran group and one-to-one workshops covering subjects such as choosing attitude. I drew on the NLP philosophy that ‘change happens every second of the day’.

Alder is among a growing number of HR professionals to get involved with NLP – a psychological approach that claims to ‘re-pattern’ individuals to achieve anything, Continue reading “HR view of NLP”