NLP is the study of the structure of subjective experience. I first heard that on my very first NLP programme over 30 years ago, and I had no idea of the repercussions of that technical description. However, it has come to mean so much in terms of what NLP really means, that is missed by many trainers and coaches.
The meaning of this expression comes to life when we really look at the patterns in people’s behaviour, when we create experiences for people on programmes and they discover their natural unique talents, when we give feedback, and when we coach ourselves and others, not from what they say but from the way they express themselves.
As John Grinder, one of the founders of NLP, quoted a long time ago..
“Treat all conversation as unsubstantiated rumour unless supported by non-verbal behaviour”. He’s referring to the point that it is the study of the way we do things that provides the opening for significant, profound learning and growth.
So come along to this masterclass, you wont only hear about what this means you will experience it and that really is the only way.
And as you integrate this true meaning of NLP you will discover that your work and your personal learning will take a paradigm shift and you will set yourself apart from those that think NLP is just positive thinking or a set of flashy techniques. (oh and you can learn those too!)