An Introduction to NLP

19th August 2012

Our introductory course in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) is a perfect way to learn about this technique and to see how it can be applied to your business.

NLP is based around the study of the deeper meaning of words and non-verbal communication and how this can influence people in how they think and act. Studying NLP can therefore give us the expertise to better understand and influence others.  NLP can make a difference in your business where the management challenges are numerous and varied. From goal setting and achievement, to visualising success, managing time and dealing with change; this course will help you to incorporate NLP techniques into your business and personal life. You will discover new insights and different approaches, improve the way you interact and communicate with other people and increase your self-esteem and motivation. Tickets: Voluntary, Community and Third Sector: £70 + VAT Individual: £70 + VAT Public and private: £120 +VAT To book: 0114 275 8876

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