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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Building Emotional Intelligence

Do know what the number one reason why individuals miss their opportunity to be promoted at work according to Harvard Business School’s recent study? It has been said that IQ lands you a job, and EQ keeps you in the job. A career in management involves coping with complexity; a life of leadership relies on your coping with change. If you want to lead, you need to be able to cope with change…. Continue reading Building Emotional Intelligence

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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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Who Takes NLP Training?

We have found that those of you who want to study NLP come from 3 main areas: Self development, Career and Coaching (others). The one thing common amongst most of them is their profound desire to better understand, work with, and change human experience and behaviour to achieve (and/or assist others to achieve) more of the life that they want. The list of vocations that we get includes: Coaches, Therapists, Entrepreneurs, Executives, Managers, HR specialists, Sports Trainers, Project Managers, Program Managers, Business Analysts, Teachers, Trainers, Sales people, Lawyers, Medical staff, Single Parents, Parents, Couples, Personal Coaches, Developers, IT staff, IT … Continue reading Who Takes NLP Training?

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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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Help your children to build healthy self concepts

by Sonya Yeh Spencer

Research shows that adults who make self-to-self comparisons often are more successful and experience less personal stress than those who are driven by comparisons to others – like an Olympic performer, striving for their personal best.

Comparing yourself to others is natural for all of us, but it is only helpful if we are inspired by other’s achievements and strive to realise our potential. When comparing with others, it creates a sense of “I can never do it” or in some cases “shame” or negative self-image; the comparison is impacting on our self-esteem.

Self-other comparison is one of the major causes of low self-esteem. When children or adults compare themselves with others, they often experience emotional Continue reading “Help your children to build healthy self concepts”