One Group individual players

One Group individual players
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

March 28th 2011


Caitlin Collins

NLP began with the curiosity of founders Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Curious about what makes the magic difference between competence and excellence, they modelled luminaries in the therapeutic world by observing them in action and enquiring about their underlying beliefs and attitudes. The modelling process remains the foundation of NLP, as not only can we model exemplars of excellence, we can also model our clients to find out what's going on so we can help them to make appropriate changes. Meeting adult special needs teacher Venetia Moore recently gave me the opportunity to dust off my skills for modelling not another client with problems but an exemplary teacher in the classroom....


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