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Group Dynamics & Advanced Non-verbal Communication incorporates twenty-one non-verbal’s that form the foundation of Michael Grinder's 40 years of observational research.
Most critical for group dynamics are Michael's patterns: Recognise. Label. Predict. Respond - the vocabulary of non-verbal intelligence.
Reading a group: The person-in-charge determines if the outlier is a positive or negative leader by noticing the group's breathing. The term 'outliers' describes the people who are outside the group's norms, people who are different; the group notices them. Because the group is watching, the person-in-charge's reputation is often based on how he/she manages the outliers.
For presentation skills, we combine the group dynamics patterns and introduce other specific patterns useful information for presenting and decontamination, i.e. splitting the good / bad news -. 'Don't Shoot the Messenger.'
Breathing (know the breathing know the person)
How a person comes across, i.e. breathes, is a good indicator of how authentic and credible we see a person, we don’t necessarily understand why (unconsciously) we just feel calm in their presence, no matter what the situation as this clip clearly demonstrates....
Not a blip in his breathing! ... Ok, so it’s an extreme example, but I think you will agree, you feel calm, whereas, someone who is nervous will send our metabolism through the roof and we feel less comfortable in their presence, albeit, we probably are unclear why. Let me show you - the difference and how to overcome your nerves to come across more credible, approachable and authentic.Th at doesn’t include having flying lessons, I hasten to add!
Group Dynamics and Advanced Non-verbal Communication Licensed Practitioner: No. 2002111 (N)
Coaching & Mentoring
I founded Me Two U to help coach and mentor people looking outside of their companies personal development departments for help and support.Business coaching is always conducted within the constraints placed on the individual or group by the organisational context, whereas, personal coaching on the other hand, is taken entirely from the individual's perspective. I can accommodate both aspects.
If you’ve always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) offers a systematic, coherent and well-tried range of techniques to enhance all aspects of communication and change work. It is a system that comes from reproducing techniques that work and in evidence in highly effective people.
"I found NLP very enlightening and useful for helping to coach others through change, starting with my-self.
Change can be surprisingly easy if you identify the right connections, I'm my own best case-study!
A Brief History
It was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, and is based in linguistics, psychology and communication.
The co-founders of NLP noticed that there were three fundamental characteristics of really effective communicators that were shared by all of the therapists, excellent communicators and influencers that they studied. These characteristics are also shared by effective leaders, salespeople and teachers.
Licensed Practitioner: International Teaching Seminars, No. 20002111, Nuro Linguistics Programming (NLP) itsnlp.com/ accredited by the International Coach Federation and The CPD Standards Office
Techniques that dramatically change and motivate people who may be wary of changes in the status quo
Also see - Leadership Essentials for Group Dynamics and Non-verbal communication.