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NLP Business Practitioner - Essential Competencies for building Collaborative Relationships

Date: 29th - 31st Jan 2019
Location: Bowness-on-Windermere


If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Paul McGowran
Email: listen@seekfirst.co.uk
Phone: 07740506667


When it comes to applying NLP to the corporate world it helps if there is a solid objective to work towards.  It is often said, employees are the most important asset of an organisation.  We would go further and say the relationships between those employees are the greatest asset an organisation has!  This is our objective.

Our Business NLP Training programmes are focused on creating collaborative relationships.  Collaborative relationships both between employees in teams and also between organisations, resulting in greater potential for success.  Working in a collaborative relationship produces greater value for everyone.

Working on a number of major infrastructure projects where a collaborative approach was a contractual pre-requisite has taught us this. Delivering a collaborative approach requires more than adhering to the requirements of ISO:44001 - Collaborative Business Relationship.

Our business NLP programmes provide the subjective glue that ensures the processes of collaboration stick, creating higher performance and even more profit.

If we accept that relationships are essential to success then the building blocks of relationships are worth focusing on.  To ignore how relationships build and develop is missing the point and ultimately, counter-productive!  Trust is vital to relationships and as a result, collaboration and furthermore, organisational success.  Viewing conflict as a positive driver of innovation builds trust within relationships resulting in greater commitment to high performance.  Our business NLP programmes develop the mindset and behaviours critical to growing a collaborative and high performance culture.  Modelling the mindset and behaviours of a collaborative culture is certainly easier if your organisational development processes capture the difference that makes a difference. Our business NLP programmes provide the criteria to measure that difference, hence, showing a healthy return on investment.


Module 1: 29/01/2019 - 31/01/2019

Module 2: 26/02/2019 - 28/02/2019

Module 3: 27/03/2019 - 30/03/2019

Cost £2350 plus VAT



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