NLP in Business

NLP in Business
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

January 28th 2022


Ian Clarke

Only a few weeks ago I was reminded about diverse thinking. I coach Colts Rugby and had, for my sins, agreed to help the under sevens team. Being prepared for herding cats, I planned a session to finish with a game. One seven-year-old explained how I could improve the game. I reluctantly entertained his idea and it was a hit. I had fun, the kids had fun and we were more productive in achieving the same outcomes of evasion, pace and teamwork. So let me ask you to stop and think. Yes, stop and think. How many people do your clients have in their workforce that look like them, agree with them and act like them? The other rugby coaches did not question the game I had proposed. They look and sound similar to me.


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