Neuro Linguistic Programming

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  • 1. t RIOWISE CONSULTANT
    • The Trainer : C.K.Ong
    • B.A Hons (Econs) U.M
    • Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming @ NLP Practitioner
    • Certified Time Line Therapy ™ Practitioner
    • Certified Emotional Freedom Techniques ™(EFT) Practitioner
    • Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Qualified Corporate Trainer
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 2. NLP @Neuro Linguistic Programming
    • What is NLP ?
    • N =Neurology: The Mind & how we think
    • L =Linguistic: How we use language & how it affects us
    • P =Programming :How we sequence our actions to achieve our goals
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 3. Two Founders of NLP
    • Richard Bandler John Grinder
    • NLP studies brilliance & quality- how outstanding individuals & organizations get
    • their outstanding results 
    • A Study of Human Excellence!!
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 4. NLP @Neuro Linguistic Programming
    • NLP Tools are used internationally in different industries:
    • Therapy, Counseling, Business, Sports, Sales, Communications, Law, Sales, and Education
    • * NLP is an attitude and a methodology, which leave behind a trail of techniques— Richard Bandler
    • * NLP is an accelerated learning strategy for the detection and utilization of pattern in the world– John Grinder
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 5. NLP For Education
    • 1 of the major contributions :
    • New Concept of Learning Styles
    • Identified Three different Learning Styles:
    • V = Visual
    • A = Auditory
    • K = Kinesthetic
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  • 6. Understanding Our Representational Systems
    • Our Representational Systems = Our Senses
    • We rely on all our senses to receive information from the outside world :-
    •  We tend to develop one sense more than others ;
    •  We develop a preference for one type of learning style;
    •  Our most developed pathway to the brain ;
    • Our Learning Style
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  • 7. Understanding Our Representational Systems
    • The Five Main Systems:
    • * The Visual system:
    • How we create our internal pictures, visualize, daydream, fantasize & imagine.
    • * The Auditory system:
    • Auditory thinking is often a mixture of words & other sounds
    • * The Kinesthetic system:
    • Made up of our internal & external feelings of touch and body awareness. The Emotions are also included.
    • * The Olfactory system:
    • Remembered & created Smells
    • * The Gustatory system :
    • Remembered & created Tastes
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 8. The Three Main Learning Styles
    • V @Visual, A @Auditory & K @Kinesthetic
    • * V isual learners: Learn by Seeing
    • * A uditory Learners: Learn by Listening
    • * K inesthetic Learners: Connecting what they learn to their sense of touch or their Feelings
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 9. Learning Style & Representational System
    • Learning Style = The Representational system we prefer to use (the most) when learning and understanding the world @ “ Primary Representational System ”
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  • 10. Understand your Learning Style
    • Understand your Learning Style —
    • Make your Learning Easier, Faster, more Comfortable & More Effective!!
    • Accessing Cues: Clues about Our Learning Style
    •  Our body language = posture, breathing pattern, voice tone, eye movements and language we use.
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  • 11. Visual Learner
    • * Receiving Information
    • Seeing, using visual aids or watching live demonstrations
    • Memorizes by pictures
    • Less distracted by noise
    • * Voice & Processing speed
    • Chin is up, voice high, fastest
    • * Learning
    • Needs overall view and purpose and a vision for details; cautions until mentally clear
    • * Recall
    • ~ Remember what was seen
    • * Body Language
    • ~ Lots of movements and gestures
    • * Breathing
    • ~ High, shallow breathing in the top
    • part of the chest
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  • 12. Auditory Learner
    • * Receiving Information
    • Hearing, speaking, reading aloud, discussing or processing thoughts aloud
    • Easily distracted
    • * Voice & Processing speed
    • Melodious tone, resonant, at a medium pace
    • * Learning
    • Dialogues both internally and externally; tries alternative verbally first
    • * Recall
    • ~ Remember what was discussed or heard
    • * Body Language
    • ~ Head may be titled to the side in
    • thought in the ‘telephone position’
    • * Breathing
    • ~ Even breathing in the middle
    • part of the chest cavity
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  • 13. Kinesthetic Learner
    • * Receiving Information
    • Feeling (physically or emotionally), sense of touch, use of hands and fingers
    • Learns by doing
    • * Voice & Processing speed
    • Chins down, low and deeper tonality, often slow & soft, with many pauses
    • * Learning
    • Learns through manipulating and actual doing
    • * Recall
    • ~ Remember an overall impression of what was experienced
    • * Body Language
    • ~ Head down, relaxed muscle tone,
    • may gesture to abdomen and midline
    • * Breathing
    • ~ Deeper breathing from the abdomen
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  • 14. Eye Movements
    • V isual : Defocused, or up to the right or left
    • A uditory: In the midline
    • K inesthetic: Below the midline usually to the right
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  • 15. Eye Accessing Cues t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 16. Reading your colleagues and students mind with Eye Accessing Cues
    • Questions A:
    • 1) What colour is your front door?
    • 2) Can you recall your first office and what it looked like?
    • 3) Can you recall exactly how many people were in the previous school meeting?
    • 4) What colour is your favourite office suit?
    • Question B:
    • 1) What do you think you will look like if you are dancing on stage now?
    • 2) Can you picture yourself in a board meeting in your tennis short?
    • 3) Imagine a purple triangle inside a red square.
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  • 17. Reading your colleagues and students mind with Eye Accessing Cues
    • * Questions C:
    • 1) What exactly did your secretary tell you that was so interested?
    • 2) Who spoke to you about the meeting/seminar today?
    • 3) Can you hear your favourite piece of music in your mind?
    • * Question D:
    • 1) When you talk to yourself, where does the sound come from?
    • 2) Can you imagine what your staffs will say when you tell them they will have a day off?
    • 3) What do you say to yourself when things go wrong?
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 18. Reading your colleagues and students mind with Eye Accessing Cues
    • Question E:
    • 1) What does it feel like to be happy?
    • 2) What does it feel like to put on wet socks?
    • 3) What is it like to settle down in a nice hot bath?
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 19. Students At Risk
    • Any information that enters through senses  “translated” into “ Primary Representational System ”/ our “ Preferred System ”  Accelerated progress
    • Majority of students at risk = Kinesthetic Learners
    • Preferred mode (representational system) when learning
    • =Kinesthetic * Little capacity in the other two systems
    •  having difficulties under education system today( visual learning methods/visual environment)
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  • 20. Students At Risk
    • Auditory Learners
    • * Easily distracted by sound (noise), “ Too Sensitive ” or
    • “ Too Demanding ” on the tonality of teachers, having difficulties
    • using their preferred system in school.
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  • 21. Basic Keys to Improving Learning & Memory for your students
    • Step 1: Help your students to have a goal or purpose for remembering what they are learning.
    • Step 2: Consciously decide to put what they learn into long term memory  to set a “program” in their unconscious mind.
    • Step 3: To store what they have learned according to their preferred system.
    • Step 4: Keep a memory active by retrieving it and using it.
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  • 22. Basic Keys to Improving Learning & Memory for your students
    • Step 1: Help your students to have a goal or purpose for remembering what they are learning.
    • *It is our intention and desire to learn something that determines what we will remember & what we will forget  Initiate your students to realise & decide “ Why it is important for them to learn!!”
    • Step 2: Consciously decide to put what they learn into long term memory  to set a “ Program ” in their unconscious mind.
    • A few things to think about when you are doing your best to commit what you
    • learn to long term memory:
    • 1) Remember that this will be the only time you can learn it
    • 2) Trust that you can pass a test faster
    • 3) Remember that you will have more free time to do other things
    • 4) Remember that you will be able to use the information right away
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  • 23. Basic Keys to Improving Learning & Memory for your students
    • Step 3: To store what they have learned according to their preferred system.
    • Visual Learners would see what they read & hear as a movie in their minds.
    • Auditory Learners would hear what they read & hear as the sound track to a movie in their minds, complete with words , music or sound effects.
    • Kinesthetic Learners would experience or feel the sensations & feelings of the movie in their minds
    • Step 4: Keep a memory active by retrieving it and using it.
    • Recall or retrieve several times a week ( More Frequent )
    t RIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
  • 24. My Book: For Parents & Teachers