Empowering Positive Change – An NLP Perspective

When you work with people sometimes the only tools you have available to you are your ability to think, your actions and your decisions. ‘How’ you do ‘What’ you do can be the difference that makes the difference.

This one day course introduces and explores the concepts and principles of *NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) in relation to working with others.

*NLP is a practical approach to understanding Psychology and Communication. Originally modelled from Therapy, NLP has found a place in Business, Sports Psychology, Management and Coaching offering practical and effective approaches that can help you make more sense to more people, more of the time.

The course introduces participants to the underpinning concepts and models of NLP and invites people to reflect on the things they can actively do to create more choice, create strong motivating relationships and empower others to take a more active role in their own lives.

This course is for people who work with people in a supporting/advising role within services

and want to know more about NLP.  Focussing on inviting collaboration and positive outcomes that can create a win/win approach to communication and collaboration.

Course content includes

  • NLP a brief introduction
  • Change & The Cycle of Change
  • Introduction to Perception, Thinking & Behaviour
  • Individual difference
  • State & State Management
  • Rapport & Influence
  • Perceptual Positions
  • Setting well formed Outcomes

 

Delivered by an INLPTA Accredited NLP trainer who uses and teaches the models in Schools, Services, Prisons and the community.

This course has been run several times now and always receives a good response. While we recognise this is only 1 days training we aim to introduce you to as much as we can in the time allowed.

 

If you would like to commission this course for your team, group or organisation then contact us for more information.

 

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