Introductions to NLP

Adapt and Change: An Introduction to NLP

You know you need to learn more, to adapt to change around you and to develop the skills that will move you forward. In just one day, you can recognize how learning in your mind/brain/body system and how to make it happen more effectively. You've owned the equipment all your life. Isn't it time you found out how it works?

Discover how sensory acuity, emotion, patterns and repetition work together. Learning is not optional: it's a natural function of the human brain. Knowing how it happens will give you an edge when you need to adjust your thinking to respond to change.

Leading: An Introduction to NLP

Some people seem to be natural leaders. From the time they are very young, they are clear about what they want and charismatic in engaging others in their projects. They’re comfortable out in front of the pack.

If you’re reading this, you probably don’t see yourself as a natural leader. But you can use natural leading processes to get other people engaged in the things you want and need. You can learn to be as clear, as present, and as connected as those who are born with the gift of leadership. Along the way, you’ll learn a lot about making a stronger connection with the best parts of yourself.

In this one day course, you’ll identify your own experiences of being at your best, learn more about how connecting with others can influence your self-management, and practice taking steps to stay in control of how you feel, what you want, and the impact you’re having.

Leading Words: The Language of NLP

The purpose of language is closely related to the purpose of consciousness: it allows us to decide what we want and work to make it real. The first step in making progress is knowing where you want to go. In this one day introduction, learn to use language more effectively by using NLP techniques to explore the attitudes that drive your language and the results it gets.

You’ll learn to notice your own experience of language that works, to build rapport and connection with the language you choose, to introduce change through language and to motivate action through phrasing and storytelling.

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