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  • I learned something here. Thank you. Thoughts that turn into behaviors must be organized somehow in advance of the action. so we plan to react if certain threshhold emotion or opportunity sensation occurs. when you feel X, do Y. a database linking emotions and motions? this is a thought based on a sentence in slide 10.
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  • The importance of knowing your outcome cannot be stressed enough. Many people do not have conscious outcomes. Others have no idea what they want but know what they don't want. Their life is based on moving away from those things they don't want. NLP stresses the importance of moving towards those things you want. Without outcomes life becomes a process of wandering aimlessly. Once an outcome is determined you can begin to focus on achieving that outcome.
  • Once you know your outcome you must next have sufficient sensory acuity to know if you are moving towards it or not.
  • The third operational principle of NLP is to vary your behaviour until you get the response you want.
  • The fourth and final operational principle of NLP is to take action now. NLP is about taking action now to change behaviour for yourself and for others, now and in the future. So, 'Don't delay; act today.'
  • In communication it is usually assumed that you are transferring information to another person. You have information that 'means' something to the other person and you intend for the other person to understand what it is you intend to communicate.
  • Language is not experience but a representation of it.
  • There is no separate 'mind' and no separate 'body'.They act as one and they influence each other in such a way that there is no separation.
  • The task is to locate or access those resources and to make them available in the appropriate context. NLP provides techniques to accomplish this task.
  • If any other human being is capable of performing some behaviour, then it is possible for you to perform it, too. The process of determining 'how' you do it is called 'modelling', and it is the process by which NLP came into being in the first place.
  • Behaviour is what a person says, does or feels at any moment in time. This is not a person's self, however. A person's self is greater than their behaviours.
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    1. 1. Prepared by: • Abdelaziz LABRINI • Imad EL-ATTAR
    2. 2. PLAN INTRODUCTION A Brief History of NLP What is NLP?What can NLP be used for??? CONCLUSION
    3. 3. INTRODUCTIONNLP : techniques to help you transform your life inareas such as: Putting fear into POWER Live with a sense of PURPOSE Accentuate your life to a HIGHER LEVEL
    4. 4. A Brief History of NLPNeuro-linguistic programming is initially the workof Richard Bandler and John Grinder, workingunder the supervision of a team of anthropologists,social scientists, linguists and a cyberneticist. Thedevelopment of this groundbreaking neurosciencewas largely done at the University of California,Santa Cruz, during the 1960s and 1970s.
    5. 5. 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!!tRIOWISE CONSULTANT COPY RIGHT © 2008 – CK ONG
    6. 6. A Brief History of NLPAll through the 1960s NLP seminarsgradually became more popular andalthough during the early years it onlyattracted therapists, later on theseevents drew the attention of businesspeople, salespersons and artists.
    7. 7. A Brief History of NLPAfter development of the basic NLP principles, the1980s brought controversy for this groundbreakingscience, with John Grinder and Richard Bandlerfalling out and getting tangled in disputes forintelectual property, which were only resolvedtowards the end of the 1990s. NLP started beingdeveloped freely by many individuals, but withprinciples having very little in common with theoriginal nature of NLP. Neuro-linguisticprogramming was better organized under formalinstitutions during the 1990s, especially incountries such as the UK and Germany
    8. 8. What is NLP? Neuro Nervous system through which experience is received and processed through the five senses. the study of the mind & brain – in particular how we think about things & how we process information how we experience and represent the world through our five senses and our neurological processes.
    9. 9. What is NLP? Linguistic Language and nonverbal communication systems through which neural representations are coded, ordered, and given meaning. language skills – how we use language to communicate & how other people’s use of language affects us the way the language we use shapes and reflects our experience of the world
    10. 10. What is NLP? Programming The ability to organize our communication and neurological systems to achieve specific desired goals and results. how we plan to react and how we organise and store our ideas and actions training ourselves to think, speak and act in new and positive ways, in order to reach our maximum potential
    11. 11. What is NLP?
    12. 12. What can NLP be used for???• To help you achieve success more easily• To “re-program” bad habits• To help you overcome phobias• To live a more fulfilled life
    13. 13. NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) ? NLP is an extremely powerful concept. It contains the most accessible, positive and useful aspects of modern psychology, and so can be helpful in virtually every aspect of personal and inter- personal relations.21/12/2012 NLP 13
    16. 16. 93% think about that!!??21/12/2012 NLP 16
    17. 17. LIFE-CHANGING Set clear goals and define realistic strategies Coach new and existing staff to help them gain greater satisfaction from their contribution Understand and reduce stress and conflict Improve effectiveness, productivity and there by profitability21/12/2012 NLP 17
    18. 18. NLP four operational principles • Know what outcome you want to achieve 1 • Have sufficient sensory acuity to know if 2 you are moving towards or away from your outcome • Have sufficient flexibility of behaviour so 3 that you can vary your behaviour until you get your outcome 4 • Take action now21/12/2012 NLP 18
    19. 19. NLP four operational principles 1. Achieving outcomes• Many people have no idea what they want but know what they dont want• life is based on moving away from those things they dont want• NLP stresses the importance of moving towards those things you want• Without outcomes life becomes a process of wandering aimlessly• Once an outcome is determined you can begin to focus on achieving that outcome.21/12/2012 NLP 19
    20. 20. Well-formed conditions that outcomes should meet• stated in positive terms• TESTABLE AND DEMONSTRABLE IN SENSORY EXPERIENCE.• sensory specific• appropriately and explicitly contextualized• must preserve any positive product of the present state• ecologically sound 21/12/2012 NLP 20
    21. 21. NLP four operational principles 2. Sensory awareness21/12/2012 NLP 21
    22. 22. NLP four operational principles 3. Changing behaviour Vary behaviour21/12/2012 NLP 22
    23. 23. NLP four operational principles 4. Time for action Dont delay; act NOW!21/12/2012 NLP 23
    24. 24. NLP presuppositions The meaning of a communication is the response you get.21/12/2012 NLP 24
    25. 25. NLP presuppositions Language is representation of experience.21/12/2012 Beware of the choice of words NLP 25
    26. 26. NLP presuppositions Mind and body are parts of the same cybernetic system and affect each other.21/12/2012 NLP 26
    27. 27. NLP presuppositionsPeople have all the resources they need to make the changes they want. 21/12/2012 NLP 27
    28. 28. NLP presuppositionsPossible in the world or possible for me is only a matter of how21/12/2012 NLP 28
    29. 29. NLP presuppositionsIt is useful to make a distinction between behaviour and self21/12/2012 NLP 29
    30. 30. To Understand: Ask WHY• Why do you act that way?• Why do you do that?• Why do you judge yourself so harshly?21/12/2012 NLP 31
    31. 31. To Motivate: Ask HOW• How would you do to make it better?• How will you feel when coming to class on time is no longer an issue?• How are you feeling as a result of the changes you’ve made?21/12/2012 NLP 32
    32. 32. Powerful NLP Coaching Questions!• What would you do if you knew you could not What stop fail? you to cross the line• What stops you?• What are you afraid would happen if you got what you want? What happens if Crossed the line 21/12/2012 NLP 33
    33. 33. Instead of asking: What stops you from take action?21/12/2012 NLP 34
    34. 34. “The Choice Is In Your Hand!!”21/12/2012 This? NLP Or This? 35
    35. 35. Conclusion live your life by design! And remember, NLP  Never Limit Potential21/12/2012 NLP 36
    36. 36. 21/12/2012 NLP 37
    37. 37. Question??21/12/2012 NLP 38
    38. 38. Bibliography/recommended reading:•••• NLP & Coaching for Healthcare Professionals – Developing Expert Practice, Suzanne Henwood & Jim Lister• Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey• Principle Centred Leadership, Steven Covey21/12/2012 NLP 39