About Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Developed in the 1970s, Neuro-Linguistic Programming is often described as a powerful tool for both rapid change and the achievement of excellence. It is widely used in the world of sport and in the arena of both personal and professional mastery. Learning NLP can help you to develop enhanced self-awareness, deeper levels of personal congruence and give you robust skills for helping yourself and others to achieve important goals in a range of contexts. Joining a Humans Resourced NLP programme could be for you if you want to:

  • Gain elegant, cutting-edge coaching skills.
  • Learn about advanced goal setting and the accelerators of success.
  • Learn how to improve your personal impact.
  • Develop an authentic leadership style.
  • Learn how to manage your emotions in any setting.
  • Learn how to manage stress.
  • Gain advanced rapport and communication skills.
  • Learn how to be a skilful negotiator and influencer.
  • Know more about how the mind works.
  • Learn about how you create your own reality.
  • Learn more about who you are.
  • Develop a healthy relationship with your unconscious mind.
  • Change or help others who want to change.

What Kind Of People Join NLP Training Programmes?
People who train in NLP come from all walks of life :

  • Coaches and counsellors join courses to add to their professional tool-kit.
  • Sales professionals join courses to enhance their rapport-building, influencing and negotiating skills.
  • HR professionals and line managers join courses to improve their coaching skills.
  • Training professionals and teachers join courses to learn cutting-edge group management and facilitation skills.
  • People in transition join our courses to gain clarity about what they want in life.
  • People from a range of businesses – senior leaders, managers, technical specialists and graduate trainees – join courses to learn how to manage themselves or manage others better.
  • People with a creative background join courses to learn
    – how to connect to their source of creativity in new and playful ways.
    – how to overcome creative blocks.
    – how to overcome fears / performance anxiety.
    – how to get comfortable about putting their work ‘out there’.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s