NLP ASSOCIATE PRACTITIONER COURSE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Science of unconscious mind
  2. Representational systems
  3. Sensory acuity
  4. Rapport
  5. Calibration
  6. Five rules of success
  7. Linguistic familiarity….chunk up, chunk down,lateral chunking
  8. Perceptual positions
  9. Resourceful states access

OVERVIEW OF THE COURSE

This course is about identifying the ingredients for success, documenting that system and applying it to improve how we interact with the world. By changing the core of our linguistic system (the unconscious), we can create real change and evolution and get where we want to go. Participants learn to be resourceful in the way they operate and effective in their interactions with people. It also helps them to help others to achieve excellence.

WHAT IS NLP

NLP originated at the University of California with Drs. Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the 1970’s. NLP studies how we structure our experiences, determines what strategies can work and can be reproduced for better results. It looks at ways to teach our subconscious to be the most productive and manifest resourceful behaviors.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THE COURSE

Anyone who wants to improve their life by having better personal and professional lives; better communication, better self-management, better interpersonal skills, better collaboration will benefit from this program. The knowledge of NLP helps in boosting Sales through better interaction with customers, Entrepreneurs learn to project their vision better, employees learn to work effectively with their teams, Students stay more focused and confident and Parents learn to tackle challenges with parenting.

Get In Touch With An Expert

NLP provides you with sessions and full training course.

NLP can enhance interactions and communication with other people; it will improve your self-esteem and raise your motivation as a doctor. NLP helps doctors spend more time with patients. One of the biggest challenges in care delivery has been the inability of the physicians to dedicate maximum time to their patients and provide undivided attention to them.
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