A free Ebook from the NLP Leadership Summit January 2016, with chapters from Judith Lowe, Heidi Heron, L Michael Hall, Melody Cheal and moreRead More
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Coaching is a fun, dynamic, relational process. The coach's task is to support and guide the client to think and act resourcefully with respect to their own goals and dreams.
So that means, as a coach, you want to bring out the best in your clients. To stimulate their own creative and generative problem solving abilities. And to do so in a way which is respectful , rapportful, light, easy.... even appropriately humorous at times. And to use all your own most valued and practiced skills and tools from everything you know.
This summer, at long last, I made it to Vinci. Yes, that Vinci where Leonardo grew up. In the castle which looks out over gentle Tuscan hills, green with olive groves and vines, there’s a dedicated museum with some astonishing exhibits. There are flying machines, a ‘car’, clocks, and all kinds of contraptions which work by clever and innovative use of screws, levers, gears and pulleys. Shown alongside are Leonardo’s extraordinary, intricate technical drawings – multi-perspective, zoom-to-detail, his famous backward-slanting mirror-writing with his explanatory notes about design and dynamics. These are the machines, now built for real, he dreamed of five hundred years ago.Read More
The new Science of Happiness ( DIY; insert well known facts about serotonin and immune system functioning) is taking centre stage in the related new field of Positive Psychology. Research is being funded to follow the effects of making simple behavioural changes on mood and perceived well-being. And as we know it’s the cognitive approaches – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) etc - that are being pursued as ‘bang for yer buck’ by insurance companies and workplaces.Read More
Well, my friend Glenda works with schools, especially with black and ethnic minority children, in setting up after-school clubs and projects. She wants to help the young people grow up to express themselves, develop their potential, be more confident and whole. She inspires a lot of people to join her.Read More
Judith Lowe - creative, passionate about people, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), brains, consciousness, and New Millennium London architecture - the Eye, the Globe, and Tate Modern. As a trainer she brings a particular quality of "aliveness" in its deepest sense. To her, the creative "stuff" of reality is what comes to light during interactions between people in the here and now. Participants love her dynamic style. There is a saying that "You can't step into the same river twice". Judith makes an art of getting into the river with you.Read More
Find an NLP trainer who has truly acquired the skills themselves. They should demonstrate NLP Mastery in their behaviour – i.e. ‘walk their talk’ and be approachable and genuine as human beings.
Training NLP requires a multi-level, wide-ranging skill set and it takes many years – not days, weeks or months - to acquire a level of expertise to teach to varied learning styles and to manage the dynamic and lively nature of an NLP course.Read More
I've been kindly invited by Rapport to tell you about my NLP company, why I think we're so special and what I hope we are contributing to the evolution of NLP as a significant international field. I also want to offer some descriptions of present and future possibilities, as NLP continues to grow, here in the UK, and become more mainstream.Read More