What is NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
|NLPis the art and the science of human behaviour
NLP is the study of personal excellence
NLP is the powerful and practical approach to personal change
NLP is the missing piece to understanding why and how
NLP is the acronym for Neuro-Linguistic-Programming.
Neuro refers to our Neurology or the biological makeup of our brains and nervous systems. Including our five senses: Sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. As humans we are in contact with the world through these 5 senses. Our neurology takes this input and presents them to us internally in ways that are unique to you; this is the realm of subjective experience. What is important is that your experience will be created by combinations of these internal representations which create your behaviours. These will of course continue in the same way unless you interrupt them or redirect them.
Linguistic refers to the language we use, both verbal and none verbal, and how this mirrors our internal mental processes.
Programming suggests that we can re-programme our brain in much the same way as a modern computer, "upgrading" existing behaviours and "installing" new ones.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a descriptive title for what in essence is an attitude of curiosity and experimentation that lead to a methodology.
It can be defined as the study of the structure of subjective experience and builds on the belief that all behaviour has structure. It is based upon the attitude, the models and the skills which allow for constant generation of new techniques which are more effective and work faster.
"There is nothing either good or bad, until thinking makes it so"
who can benefit from NLP in West Midlands
- Communicate better with yourself and others
- Change unwanted habits
- Become powerfully confident
- Have unlimited motivation
Teachers and Trainers
- Gain an understanding of different learning styles enhancing a students self-esteem and motivation.
- Reduced stress levels and greater job satisfaction.
- Develop further creativity and the ability to pass this on to students.
- Able to present in a more imaginative and stimulating fashion.
- Create the outcome they want through increased rapport
- Understanding sensory based language patterns that equate with the customers preferences
- Understand how to cope with rejection and develop a truly positive approach to selling
- By understanding their own behaviour they can have more flexibility in their communication and improve areas such as Time management and make more time for selling.
- Understand what people really mean when they say something especially where they may be conflict
Therapists and Health Professionals
- Learn to focus on solution based health care treating the client as an individual
- Handle the most stressful situations through an understanding of how you create your own internal experience
- Positive feedback from clients who feel that for the first time they've met someone who values them as a human being
- Build better and stronger relationships with their staff
- Understand the value and have the ability to use one to one coaching with staff
- Develop the real qualities of leadership
- Run more effective and exciting meetings
- Understand how you can find the strategies of the successful employee and install them in others
Sports People and Athletes
- How to enter the ZONE more often
- Improve your concentration and focus
- Deal with anxiety and stress
- Increase motivation
- Use the power of your imagination
- Play the top range of your skill regardless of circumstance
- Learn from mistakes and turn them into lessons for success
Key benefits of NLP in the West Midlands
- Discover your true potential and become the person you truly want to be
- Become supremely self-confident
- Control your emotions, don't let your emotions control you
- Overcome phobias and fears
- Generate instant motivation
- Create empowering beliefs
- Improve communication and relationships with others
- Create unlimited confidence
- Improve your skills and expertise in your professional or personal life
- Improve your ability in your hobbies and interests
- Remove obstacles to learning in all areas of your life
- Become more powerful in your communication and your approach to life
- Use language with greater precision to achieve your goals
- Model the excellence of inspiring people
Do you want to CHANGE YOUR OWN BEHAVIOUR and the behaviour of those around you EASILY and EFFORTLESSLY at WILL with NLP training?
History of NLP
NLP was initially created in 1975 by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who discovered that you can "model" human behaviour, and then, using this model, duplicate the results in someone else. They began modelling and duplicating the "magical results" of a few top communicators and therapists and using what they learned to improve other peoples skills and abilities. Some of the first people to be studied included Hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, gestalt therapist Fritz Perls and family therapist Virginia Satir.
Because these models are formal they also allow for prediction and calculation. Patterns that may not have been available in any of these people's work could be calculated from the formal representations they had created. New techniques and models were (and still are being) developed.
NLP was specifically created in order to allow us to appear to do magic by creating new ways of understanding how verbal and non-verbal communication affect the human brain. As such it presents us all with the opportunity to not only communicate better with others, but also learn how to gain more control over what we considered to be automatic functions of our own neurology. The ideas and methods used in NLP allow us to take behaviours apart, produce new and more empowering behaviours which will in turn let us control the input we get from the outside world.
"Whether you think you can or think you can't - you are right"