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Course Category: Personal Development
NLP Awareness Training Course
Who Would Benefit
The NLP Awareness Training Course would benefit anyone who interacts with people on a regular basis whether it be in a management role, sales or service/communications. The content offers insight into the techniques used in NLP to help you build rapport quickly and improve your communications at all levels.
This workshop will explore Neuro-Linguistic Programming and other personality-based concepts with the aim of improving your skills to a professional ‘persuaders’ level of impact. Delegates will learn how to understand personal communication and behaviour styles and activities and how to react accordingly.
The content will explore in-depth personality styles and how to manage different personalities and improve relationships through powerful rapport-building techniques.
- CPD Points: 12
- Training Course Category: Personal Development
- Recommended No. of Days: 2
- Training Course Location: To be determined by Client
- Understand and apply NLP techniques
- Build rapport quickly and successfully with different personality styles
- Use various communication channels
- Manage conflict resolution successfully
- Build better relationships
The Programme Includes:
- What is NLP?
- What it can be used for?
- How to apply the skills and techniques
- NLP’s power as a communication developer
- How we measure successful communication
- How to look for tangible results when communicating (not just impressions)
- The essence of rapport
- Why do we build rapport easily with some and not with others?
- Communication channels
- Visual, auditory and kinaesthetic types
- Eye accessing cues
- Mirroring and pacing people
- Understanding personal strategies
- The 5 personal decision-making strategies
- Personality styles - An overview of the ‘Insights’ personality profile
- Challenging personalities and how to handle them
- Assessing your own personality style
- Matching & mismatching
- Managing conflict
- Turning conflict into empathy dilts logical levels of change