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  • Opening remarks (Non verbal communication) Tell a story and use key words: Opened, curious, amazed. 1st let me welcome you to this taster session …looking forward to working with you todayMy role: will be a mix of presenting, teaching, facilitating group learning exercises with a view to maximizing the groups overall learning experience.
  •  ”Thank you for coming (hand gestures towards the audience; second point) A little bit about meSay hello to the person on your right, then your left (Allow participants to introduce themselves)RulesGroup contract – people will most probably share information and experiences about themselves – so we agree that this information stays inside this room - lets have a show of hands please.Engagement to maximise learningSwitch off mobile phones
  • Many years experience of change implementationsExperienced practitioners (change management)How Metwou came about
  • A little bit about me
  • You will get to know about yourself and others together with the rapid change and possibilities it will bring. NLP gives us a set of skills and behaviours to enable everyone in this room to go out and get results. You will be amazed,curious and it will open your eyes (become more aware)I encourage you to capture personal notesExercises covered - I will provide you with handouts to take away
  • Ian McDermottITS is a world leader in delivering NLP training and coaching and the primary resource for over 100 of the world’s top companies and organizations. Clients range right across the private and public sectors, charities and include the AA, BP, BMW, Cancer Research, Cisco, Ernst & Young, Emap, GlaxoSmithKline, General Medical Council, HM Treasury, IBM, Lloyds, HSBC, Hewlett Packard, John Lewis Partnership, Metropolitan Police, Microsoft, Nestle, NHS, Ordinance Survey, PWC, RBS, Royal College of Nursing, Shell, Transport for London, Unilever, Vodafone, Waitrose.
  • 1 day workshop in NLP

    1. 1. Make the right connections and learn what works<br /><ul><li>Communication
    2. 2. Co-operation
    3. 3. Collaboration</li></ul>SHAPING THE FUTURE TOGETHER<br />
    4. 4. Agenda<br />What were going to cover<br />Timings<br />Start time 10:00<br />11.30 - ‘T’ Break - 15 minutes<br />1:00 - Lunch break - 30 minutes<br />3:00 - ‘T’ Break - 15 minutes<br />Close 5:00<br /><ul><li>Introductions
    5. 5. NLP – what is it?
    6. 6. Why we do what we do
    7. 7. The Four Pillars of NLP</li></ul>1. <br />Rapport<br />2. <br />Outcome Orientation<br />3. <br />Sensory Acuity<br />4.<br /> Behavioural Flexibility<br />2<br />
    8. 8. About Metwou <br />Products/Services<br />Change Management<br />Employee Opinion Survey – Action Planning<br />Team Dynamics<br />NLP<br />Group Dynamics (Non-Verbal Communication)<br />How not to get shot (giving feedback/delivering unpopular news)<br />The mind body connection and the appliance of science (why we do what we do)<br />Understand the importance our relationships with people has on both our personal and professional lives and want to pass on affordable tried and tested techniques and tools to help others.<br />No one teaches you this in school! <br />3<br />
    9. 9. Performance Coaching – Outcome<br />Develop quick and effective ways to create achievable goals, solve business or personal issues. <br />Gain insights into why we do what we do, and why some people get better results than others. <br />Discover new skills and apply them straight away to yourself and with the people around you in the in the fields of: <br />Business & Sales <br />Learning & Teaching <br />Personal Development & Change <br />4<br />
    10. 10. Learning Outcome<br />This module is a taster session, so you will just be dipping your toe into the water to get a flavor of what its about. The training is relaxed and informal and very practical - it gives you the opportunity to actually experience the learning in a safe environment.<br />Flexibility<br />The qualities that will enable you to get the most of this learning are to keep an open mind, (but not so open that your brain falls out) be curious, and to suspend judgement while you do so. Knowing this you can realise that you have more resources than ever before.<br />5<br />
    11. 11. What is NLP?<br />NLP is about what works, not what should work. In other words, If what you&apos;re doing isn&apos;t working, try something else, anything else  regardless of whether what you had been doing should have worked. It is a field that is continually innovating and developing. <br />Techniques for quickly and effectively changing thoughts, behaviors and beliefs that get in your way. In a nut-shell NLP is about how we organize our thinking, feeling, skills and behavior. <br />The ITS NLP Practioner Programme<br />ITS is now a recognised and essential part of Henley’s core curriculum for its new MSc. in Coaching and Behavioural Change. <br />6<br />
    12. 12. NLP a brief history<br />It was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It is based in linguistics, psychology and communication and has had extensive applications in business, education, health, as well as in therapeutic change work.<br />The co-founders of NLP noticed that there were three fundamental characteristics of really effective communicators that were shared by all of the therapists, excellent communicators and influencers that they studied. <br />These characteristics are also shared by effective leaders, salespeople and teachers.<br />Be clear about what you want <br /> Have the flexibility to adapt your behaviour<br /> Use your senses to notice if you are getting what you want<br />7<br />
    13. 13. In brief<br />We are often told that our brain is the most amazing computer on the planet, but nobody ever gave us an instruction manual on how to use it. <br />NLP offers you that information, enabling you to take more control over your thoughts, feelings action and life. <br />NLP<br />Neuro – the mind-body and how it works.<br />Linguistic – the language we use to describe and categories our world and to make sense of our experience.<br />Programming – repeating patterns of thought and behaviour that can help or hinder us.<br />8<br />
    14. 14. Each of us possess in our brains, the most sophisticated computers ever conceived<br />Just imagine what you would do if your new computer arrived without instructions...<br />Or, climbed behind the wheel of your car for the very first time and had no instructions to guide you... <br />How far do you think you would get?<br />9<br />
    15. 15. Why we do what we do<br />The map is not the territory<br />10<br />
    16. 16. Four Pillars of NLP<br />Rapport - is about getting on with and trusted by another person:<br />Outcome Orientation - is about knowing what you want and going for and ensuring its in your control:<br />Sensory acuity - is about tuning into our senses and learning to make finer and more useful distinctions about the information we get from the world <br />Behavioural Flexibility is about understanding others point of view adds to our ability to be highly effective communicators <br /><ul><li>Build relationships quickly
    17. 17. Handle difficult people
    18. 18. Get positive results from conflict situations</li></ul>Master this technique with yourself you are ready to move on to using it with other people in such situations as conflict resolution, meditation, influencing others and for your own increased personal flexibility. <br /><ul><li>Become more aware of the effect of what you do.
    19. 19. develop awareness of facial and micro-signals.
    20. 20. Learn how we and other people retrieve information.
    21. 21. Decide what you want and make it happen
    22. 22. Discover a new approach to problem solving
    23. 23. Learn simple way of changing the way you approach problems</li></ul>11<br />