NLP Business MasterclassDriving peak performance with NLP
Companies today stand or fall, not by the efficiency of their processes and systems, but by the talent of their people. By using the techniques of NLP you can develop talent and achieve success.
This is the popular but definitive book of NLP for people who want to make exceptional progress for their organisations. It demystifies NLP and relates the theories and principles to current business challenges. Its practical techniques, methods, and examples drawn from leading practitioners in the field, ensures you can implement this straight into your everyday working life.
NLP Business Masterclass takes the applications of NLP in business beyond simple everyday techniques, to consider the bigger challenges facing organisations today including:
· How do you get the best from your people?
· What's the best way of organising teams?
· How can NLP help us to motivate people?
· What about incentives and rewards for employees?
· How do you change a culture and keep it alive?
· How can NLP help my people to become more committed and responsible?
· How can NLP help to develop leadership?
You can learn more about NLP. Or you can have the Masterclass.
Section 1 Principles of NLP: the foundations of success
1 Swamps and alligators
2 What we think about people matters
3 Scapegoats wanted
Section 2 Patterns of NLP: an awareness of difference
4 Road maps for work and life
5 A state of mind
6 Patterns of rapport
7 Communication channels
8 Language for influence and change
11 Time coding
12 The tiger and the rose garden
Section 3 Creating change: real-world applications
13 How to set compelling goals
14 Reframing - creating new perspectives
15 Information frames - for meetings
16 Anchoring - accessing all the resources you need by Denise Parker
17 Corporate competitive envisioning by Marcus Muir
18 My perception becomes your experience by Jane Revell
19 Coaching the presenter by Jon Symes
20 The risk wheel by Mark Underwood
21 The seven-step strategy process by Bob Janes
22 Putting outcomes to work by Marie Faire and Paul King
23 Developing trust in global virtual teams by John Spiers
24 Time management and Orange Circle Thinking in action by Pat Hutchinson
Section 4 Modelling excellence: how to acquire the skills you want
25 The modelling method and technique
26 The Walt Disney strategy for creativity
27 Modelling case study: customer service skills
28 Modelling case study: generative excellence modelling in a top tax consultancy firm by Brad Waldron
29 Kill the habit for good!
Contributors' contact details
David Molden is a director with Quadrant 1, a vehicle for helping people be their best in whatever they pursue. David's assignments include a 1:1 coaching clients and a range of projects with large corporations, small businesses, and entrepreneurs.
Today he enjoys working as a Peak Performance Mentor with business teams, CEO's and managers across a variety of sectors and in many different countries.