Questions relating to ANLP and potential membership

09. What makes ANLP different to other organisations?

You may be wondering if and how the Association for NLP (ANLP) is different to the many other NLP Organisations which seem to be popping up left, right and centre!

We believe that what really makes us stand out from the crowd is our total independence.

So what?

This means that ANLP is the only NLP Members Organisation with an established public reputation and which does not offer its own NLP Training, Coaching or Workshops. Our independence enables us to be entirely impartial; recognising and embracing all schools of NLP without bias or preference.

Anything Else?

As you may have discovered from finding us through Google, we have organically generated Top 10 Google Rankings.

What does “organically generated” mean? It simply means that we do not need to pay for our Google ranking. Consistent high volume of visits to the website ensures our place in the Top Ten and we are the ONLY Members Organisation to feature in the Top Ten when NLP is the search term.

This means that when people look for NLP Info, from the millions of sites that are generated from any one search, more often than not, they will come to our website...and if they are on our website, they may just be looking for someone like you to help them.

And Finally....

We are also really happy to promote the fact that we are a Community Interest Company. This means that we are officially recognised and registered as Social Enterprise, which exists purely for the benefit of the NLP and Coaching Community.

Our organisation is here to provide unbiased information for the General Public and promote the benefits of NLP so that they can contact an NLP Professional with some knowledge and understanding about what to expect.

You will also be happy to know that all ANLP Members sign up to and adhere to a Code of Ethics as part of their Membership and we are the only NLP Members Organisation to have a robust Complaints Process in place. This means that in the unlikely event of a complaint, ANLP can offer objective support to both parties to reach an agreeable outcome for all involved.   


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