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NLP Diploma Course

2 Day Introduction to NLP Diploma Seminar

NLP is the study of human excellence and demonstrates how to communicate effectively and influence others. It was developed in the 1970's by Richard Grinder, who were studying successful people in order to analyze successful behavior.

Since then NLP has been developed further and examines thought processes, language patterns and human behavior. NLP helps us to understand the connection between human behavior, emotions, mind, body and actions. Basically, it helps us to improve the effectiveness and impact of our communication.

This course is for anyone who wishes to be able to understand the basics of NLP, be able to improve their communication and take charge of their life.

The course outline is:

      What is NLP?


      Setting your goal - what do you want to get out of the session?


      The Pre-suppositions of NLP, including:


         The map is not the territory

         People respond according to their map of the world

         There is no failure, only feedback

         The meaning of the communication is the response it elicits

         If what you are doing is not working, do something different

         You cannot not communicate

         Individuals have all the resources they need to achieve their desired outcomes

         Every behavior has a positive intent

         People are much more than their behavior

         The mind and body are interlinked and affect each other

         Having choice is better than not having choice

         Modeling successful performance leads to excellence




         Feel at ease with your actions and what you are trying to achieve in life

         Use rapport in conversations and interactions with others

         Use body language and the pace of communication to good effect

         Understand situations from the other persons perspective





         Actively use your senses: vision and sight, hearing and sound, feelings and touch, smell and aroma, and taste

         Understand your primary representation system

         Recognize others primary representation systems through language and eye accessing cues

         Learn how to adapt your speech to help build rapport

         Recognize buying strategies and adapt approach to suit




         Understanding our beliefs and drivers


         Understanding your goals




         Being flexible in your approach to things, creating new perspectives

         Understand why you may interpret situations differently to others



      By the end of the Seminar you will be able to: By the end of the Seminar you will be able to:

      Motivate yourself and others Motivate yourself and others

      Communicate effectively

      Think positively

      Create actions to make a difference