A supportive culture involves a complex mixture of behaviour, attitudes and beliefs, together with a set of business policies.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) offers a systematic, coherent and well-tried range of techniques to enhance all aspects of communication and change work.
The Essential Basics
What where, why and when would I use it?
You can use NLP as springboard and toolkit to uncover and act with more of your full potential and discover the benefits that have made it so popular with tens of thousands of people across the world who are using NLP in their personal and working lives.
It is a system that comes from reproducing techniques that work and in evidence in highly effective people, by bringing about a higher level of self-awareness, confidence and emotional maturity and the whole person or organisation benefits.
NLP began about 50 years ago in California by two men called Richard Bandler and John Grinder. While studying at University, they became interested to know:
- What is the difference between those people who consistently perform and achieve maximum results out of their behaviour and communication?
- What are the differences that make a difference, what is it they do specifically, that creates those kinds of results?
A man called Gregory Bateman, a philosopher, sent them out into the world to study a man who was a puzzle. His name was Dr Milton_H._Erickson and he was a medical hypnotherapist.
Bandler and Grinder sat in front of Dr Erikson for a long, long, time and just watched and listened, until they were able to put their observations to the test.
They also studied excellent communicators in many fields - Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir, sales people, managers, educator’s, people and who were able to persuade.
The founders of NLP, Bandler and Grinder, did what highly successful people did, until they could get the same results following the same patterns of communication and modelled behaviour.
And that is what we call NLP today.
Ensure your organisation is improved, as manager, team leaders and customer-facing employees become much better communicators. NLP training can improve these skills and, more importantly, it can enable people to value these skills as an essential part of their roles. NLP has valuable tools for use in management and team working.
Register for a day's taster session and walk away with tools and techniques you can go out and use straightaway.
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Workshop Process Steps:
- Company identifies the problem or development opportunity to work on (this can be of your choosing, i.e. coaching, mentoring, workshops, group sessions, talks etc.)
- Me Two U and client discuss objectives and agree terms of engagement
- Run the event
- Produce output and de-brief client