NLP

The tools, techniques and strategies NLP has to offer for re-wiering your mind.

Sensory Acuity

Do you know what a change in someones face means? Do you know what to look for to see if your message has been recieved? To detect changes that can be happening in an individual at any stage based on physical external changes. Everyone uses these skills each day, unconsciously. The next step is to take it from unconcious to a conscious process.

Reframing

Are you ever stuck in a situation where you are being challenged or faced with a problem? Would you like to look at it from a different angle? Reframing is the ability to take the ‘frame’ you are faced with and ‘reframing’ it into the context you want it to be in. It is the most useful skill for getting to a positive outcome.

Building Rapport

Do you know the key to building rapport, the breakdown of what makes it possible?

Rapport – Matching and Mirroring

Do you know the key to building rapport? There are a couple of simple steps to building rapport. They are easy to understand, easy to apply and very powerful in creating a connection with people you interact with.

Indicators of Rapport

How do you know if you have created rapport with someone? There are multiple things you can look for that are indicators of rapport. Utilising your skills of sensory accuity you will be able to notice these subtle changes.

Tonality Control

Would you like to be able to change the outcome of your message, simply by changing your vocal tone. Tonality has a large influence on the meaning of your communication. It will strongly effect how others respond to your words. It is one of the most effective areas you can use to change the meaning of your message, create rapport and defuse challenging situations.

Questions to Elicit Strategies

Would you like to be able to easily elicit someone’s strategies, regardless of the context? First formulated in Plans and the Structure of Behavior published in 1960 by George Miller, Eugene Galanter and Karl H Pribram. T.O.T.E. stands for Test, Operate, Test, Exit. Based ona sequence from computer modeling.

Cartesian Logic

Would you like to be able to reframe a problem, see it in a different light and come up with new ways to solve it?