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NLP Business Diploma

Date: 9th - 12th Sep 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


There does exist a set of principles and ideas that has formed the foundations of effective and successful business growth. This programme will give you access to those foundations and will show you how to build upon them to ensure your own success.

Why you will choose this programme:

  • You want a quality learning experience that will quickly make a positive impact to your effectiveness.

  • You want to realize your true potential and the most professional learning experiences are important to you.

  • Your interest is in collaborating with others and you want the highest ethical standards as the basis of your practice.

  • You are interested in NLP and want to experience an initial learning opportunity to see if you want to further develop in the field.

    What you will learn on this programme:

    Our Business NLP training is focused on ensuring that you achieve your outcome. We believe Collaboration is all about people working from the Proactive Space – so we will teach the principles of being proactive. We will cover the following:

  • The roots of Proactivity and how the 4-dimensions of Collaborative Behaviour & NLP are intertwined.

  • The NLP Communication Model – How to get the response you wish for

  • Outcomes and Goals – the road map to the Proactive Space

  • Rapport: the key to collaborative relationships

  • The basics of influencing others in an ethical manner

  • Maintaining a Resilient state and dealing positively with Conflict.

£750.00 plus VAT includes refreshments, lunch, course materials and certification through ANLP.


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