A short paragraph explaining what a candidate can expect upon completing the NLP Practitioner Course A short paragraph explaining what a candidate can expect upon completing the NLP Practitioner Course.
What will I learn?
- Ultimate Personal Development
- The skills to use language more eloquently and more effectively for communication
- Leadership and Management Qualities
- Effectiveness regards work and/or personal life
- Improving Communication Skills
- Practical skills such as relationship, buying and learning strategies
Induction – Relax with refreshments and acquaint yourself with fellow participants.
Introductions to NLP and its History – The basic models that underpin the field & discussing ecology.
Hakalau – It’s history and its use today.
NLP Communication Model – How we Create and Perceive our Perception of Reality and Behaviours.
Rapport – The 4 Pillars & How to Influence, Connect, Understand and Build Trust with Self and Others.
Representational systems – Utilising all Five Senses to Engage, Understand and Be Understood.
Neurological Levels – The key elements to personal and organisational success.
Language Patterns – Change the Words to Change the Meaning. Words to use, how & why to use them. Metaphors.
Sub-modalities – How the elements of our senses can be harnessed to improve personal performance.
Presuppositions – Operating Beliefs of NLP. Convenient beliefs to hold that make a HUGE difference.
Values – Learn about where people are in the hierarchy of values and progression.
MBTI – Brief over view of Myers Briggs Type Indicator
Goals – The Principles and Basic Structures for Achieving Ecological Success.
Anchoring – Instantaneously switch your state of mind or behaviour to be in line with your outcome.
Modelling Excellence – How to replicate the structure of any outstanding performer’s skill.
Perceptual Positions – Achieve Better Results by seeing things from a Different Perspective.
In harmony of Perceptual Positions – In addition we will also explore/discuss: The Disney Effect.
Strategies – An unconscious strategy for everything – some being better than others while some maybe less productive.
Sleight of mouth – Introduction to using words wisely and effectively.
Parts Integration – Creating personal congruency through re-integrating facets of personality and dealing with inner conflict.
Time Lines & Time Line Therapy – How we store and retrieve memories in time, learn from, and edit personal history.
Use of Hypnosis – Utilisation of many practices.
Meta Model – Is the model of language about language – eg – using language to explain language.
Milton Model – A mirror image of Meta Model yet requires using the unconscious mind to search for meaning (known as transderivational searching) eg : going into trance.
Techniques – Also known as the ‘NLP toolbox’, including tasks & competency.
NLP in Practice – A practical framework for delivering an NLP.
And much more.