About this master class:
NLP stands for Neuro-linguistic Programming.
NLP provides us with some additional tools to help us overcome or deal with life’s challenges. NLP is, in short, a way of helping people ‘help themselves’ to reach a state of excellence, happiness and peace of mind.
NLP is a model or method devised by two academics John Grinder and Richard Bandler in the early 70s. Both were fascinated with the relationship between language, behaviour and excellence (reaching the highest potential). For many it was deemed pseudoscience, however with current research in neuroscience it seems there is much alignment to evidence based research in how the brain really works and why we behave the way we do.
Grinder and Bandler believed that by analysing the unconscious linguistic techniques used by people who were experts or demonstrated excellence in their fields of work or study, other people could consciously learn them and then learn to apply them so they too could achieve excellence.
There are 14 presuppositions which form the central principles of NLP. In the GITP master class we explore the pre-suppositions and how they can be applied to communication, relationships and workforce development. We also dive into belief systems and what drives people to succeed.
What we cover in this master class:
- Defining NLP
- Exploring 14 Pre-suppositions and how to apply them at work
- The power of words
- Specific communication
- Beliefs and values
- Getting better at relationships
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in developing high level communication skills and understanding more about what drives the people around them.
This course can be contextualised for your workplace needs and target group.