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NLP Business Master Practitioner - Leading & Developing a Collaborative Culture

Date: 29th - 31st Jan 2020
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



This Master Practitioner programme will see delegates take their established skills of working in a collaborative relationship and apply them to leading and developing a collaborative culture. This programme will take the delegates to a new level of self-awareness and confidence such that they will seek out opportunities to deliver extra value for the organisation as a matter of habit. The benefits of working in a collaborative culture are very clear:


  • Outcomes achieved that create enhanced value for all stakeholders
  • Increased return on investment, increased efficiency & effectiveness
  • Better governance across the whole system
  • Excellent levels of engagement and communication.

Our Business NLP Master Practitioner training is focused on creating a group of people that excel in developing the potential in others to build collaborative relationships and who can demonstrate collaborative leadership within their business units. The programme will focus on:


·       The Interdependence Paradigm

·       The dynamics of collaboration v dynamics of competition

·       Collaborative Outcome setting

·       Values and Alignment

·       Advanced Language Techniques

·       Turning potential conflict into added value – achieving synergy

·       Masterful Facilitation and Presentations

·       Behavioural Assessment & Integration

Module 1: 29th Jan - 31st Jan 2020
Module 2: 26th Feb - 28th Feb 2020
Module 3: 25th Mar - 27th Mar 2020
Module 4: 28th Apr - 30th Apr 2020
Cost £2800 = VAT



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