Business NLP: Know thy self and others for long term success

By By Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITA NLP Trainer, Educator, Coach The old Chinese saying, roughly translated here, “Know thy self and your enemy will ensure you win every time” doesn’t sit so well with me these days.  I prefer to think “Know thy self and others for long term success”.  Why do I say for “long term success”?  Because by actively understanding yourself and others, you can appreciate and act accordingly in response to the dynamic nature of a relationship.  For example, we were working with an overseas associate to create an alliance two years ago.   Both, “Tom” and “Peter” are in partnership and … Continue reading Business NLP: Know thy self and others for long term success

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2010/Jun-Jul

Home | Training | Contact | Coaching | Blog | NLPNZ | Subscription In this Issue How to build great relationships Business NLP: Know thy self and others for long term success New Code NLP: The Modern Approach Rapport Building: Insight into raising voice tone to build rapport Video – How does the theatre of the mind could be generated by the machinery of the brain? Podcast – Dr. Michael Arbib on Mirror Neurons NLP Foundations Training – Brisbane, starts 15/July. Last chance to beat the price rise. More details Essential NLP Training – Auckland, starts 15/Sep. Early Bird Finishes … Continue reading 2010/Jun-Jul

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How to build great relationships – tip for the day

 “Who ever is going to be responsible for dealing with the consequences of the decision makes the decision” is one of the understanding that served us well in both business conducts and personal relationships.  This is based on the NLP process of Outcome, Intention and Consequences, developed by John Grinder.   This is especially useful in a blended family situation, when one parent is responsible for their biological children. Send us any questions about this tip to:  sonya@blue-skytransformation.com Continue reading How to build great relationships – tip for the day

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Podcast: Manipulating Moral Judgment

Scientists find that when the area of the brain responsible for understanding the intent of others is disrupted, moral judgment is also affected. Christie Nicholson reports (Scientific American) Play the Podcast here: sa_p_podcast_100329 or from Scientific American’s website The researchers disrupted the activity in this brain area using what’s called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). And they asked subjects to consider the morality of various acts. Some where the perpetrator had the intent to harm, others where they had no premeditation. When subjects had their brains affected by TMS, they focused less on the intention of the perpetrator and more on … Continue reading Podcast: Manipulating Moral Judgment

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Effective Communication

All the elements of Effective Communication have been incorporated into our NLP Foundations / Essential NLP courses. For your emergence to really take hold, it is more about what is going on inside you then what is going on outside of you. When it is going on inside of you, it is happening largely in language. Does your internal dialog support and uplift you, or remind you of self-imposed limitations? To Communicate effectively, we must increase our Sensory Awareness In this course, we will help you learn all the various ‘languages’ of human communication so that you can ‘read’ what … Continue reading Effective Communication

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Attention: Project and Program Managers

How can NLP help you to resolve many of the Project / Program management issues? NLP can help in the following areas as a starter: Elicit measureable, agreeable, specific scope definition using just three simple frame works that NLP presents Deliver to stakeholder expectations, maximising existing project resources How to get through barriers and establish progress from day 1 in your project Properly utilize governance support, not wasting your time and not wasting their time Generating agreement using language patterns to move people from no agreement to agreement and using specific NLP communication formats consistently so all parties will be … Continue reading Attention: Project and Program Managers

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