Rapport Issue


Publication Date

October 28th 2021


Melody Cheal

My purpose in writing this article is to highlight why supervision is becoming more important in NLP and to provide an example of how NLP can develop supervision models that really serve the NLP practitioner coach. In the past, NLP trainers and master practitioners wanting to train in supervision had to rely on coach-based trainings, which may or may not include NLP approaches. There is now a pathway available to a specific NLP Supervisor Certification to redress this lack. I will also share an example of how NLP adds value to traditional coaching models of supervision....

Professional Development

To access the rest of this article, you need to use 1 credit

ANLP members get complimentary credits that can be used for purchasing from the Rapport archive - a collection of more than a 1000 high quality articles written by some of the leading voices in the field of NLP. Non-members can buy Rapport credits via the ANLP store.

If you have already purchased this article, you can log in to access it