Neuro Linguistic Programming is defined as the study of the structure of subjective experience and what can be calculated from that and is predicated upon the belief that all behavior has structure. What Makes Our NLP Course Unique? Our NLP courses are created to be highly practical in nature and are a mix of presentation, video demonstration and learning by doing. We believe that the human brain can only learn when it is having fun, and when we feel excited and energized. Our entire course programs are designed that after the training you can go out in to the world and apply NLP techniques with elegance and precision.
NLP is the manual of brain and when you arrive at the seminar you'll find yourself quickly and easily becoming one of the top performers. So simply do this: read the information, and then ask yourself a question. Isn't it possible that out of those dozens of techniques we teaches, just one will be worth more than the cost of this NLP Course? If you agree with me then you definitely need these techniques and this NLP Course may be the way you want to go.
The belief behind this learning methodology is that "knowing oneself is half the battle won". The key element of the course is "explore", which happens at four levels:
2. Group Discussion
3. Training Exercises with Techniques
4. Stories and Examples
Create and maintain genuine rapport;
Set achievable and value-driven personal and professional goals;
Explore constructively problems and difficulties within a goal;
Understand and communicate compellingly to different thinking styles;
Enrich your understanding of a situation by experiencing it form different perspectives;
Gather high quality information for business or coaching purposes;
Create and manage your emotional state for high performance;
Positively influence others and support their ability to experience more choices;
Re-frame and reorganize perceptions to direct attention more creatively;
Use physical and mental alignment to become more congruent and confident; etc.
Dates: 21, 28 August and 15, 22 September 2016 [4 Sundays]
Time: 9am to 7pm