NLP For Business

 

What is NLP?

  

NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming as it was originally called was founded in the '70's by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.

Studying transcripts from highly effective therapists such as Fritz Perls and Virginia Satir, they discovered the behavioural and speech patterns that were being highlighted during therie client sessions could have substantial benefits to people from all walks of life and not just those who were were in therapy.

So began the work that has had a major impact on the excellent performance of many companies and individuals and which is now in its third generation of development with 'Modelling Excellence' at the root of its teachings.

Excitingly, progress in modern neuroscience now supports the original and continuing discoveries around NLP and together with the work of Milton Erickson, Robert Dilts, Judith De Lozier and Stephen Gilligan et al, models and processes are being used around the workd by individuals and organisations to help develop excellence in self-awareness, state management, communication, relationships and perfomance. 

  

Benefits include

  • Clarity of direction and goal setting
  • Acknowledging procrastination and identifying self-limiting beliefs
  • Stress Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Reviewing out-of-date values and beliefs
  • Generating new behaviour
  • Controlling the impact of phobias 
  • Identifying blockages in progress and moving forward
  • Improved relationships
  • Improved communication
  • Useful sales and negotiations techniques

 I can deliver 1, 3 and 5 day in-house training courses at a time that will suit your organsiational needs and operational requirements. Call me now on +44 (0)7920 004639 or e-mail jan.woodjetts@corticoachingandtraining.com

 

  NLP and Your Business

 No matter what line of business you are in, understanding how you and your people can improve performance and outcomes through self-awareness, improved communication skills and breaking negative patterns (or programmes as they are called in NLP jargon) is key to both personal and business growth.

As human beings, we operate at different levels although all the levels are part of a bigger system.

Robert Dilts one of the origianl pioneers in Neuro-Linguistic Programming developed The Logical Levels model based on original work by anthropologist Gregory Bateson.

This model is invaluable in beginning to understand how one aspect of our being can impact and influence another.  

Mission and Purpose For whom or for what? What is your raison d'être?

Identity

Our sense of who or what you are (or are not!)

Beliefs and Values Our personal 'operating system' that can often be dated and self-limiting. When personal values are at odds with organisational values this can cause dissatisfaction and demotivation
Capabilities and Skills Learned and practised processes and techniques
Behaviour How we behave and what impact this has on us and others 
Environment What our external experience is and how it impacts us

 

Within organisations, misaligned levels can often be the source of limited or poor performance;confusion of role with identity; assumptions that capabilities and skills are automatically acquired alongside job titles; that our own behaviour is created at the hand of others; the list goes on and can be relevant to both individuals and brands.

Contact me now to understand how NLP can become part of your organsations development strategy

 

 

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