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Nlp 1 101

  1. 1. MEANING NEURO- Neurological SystemNEURO- Neurological System Sensory Information Thought ProcessSensory Information Thought Process Neurological System Emotions &Neurological System Emotions & BehaviourBehaviour LINGUISTIC-Usage of LanguageLINGUISTIC-Usage of Language PROGRAMMING-Coding of ourPROGRAMMING-Coding of our ExperiencesExperiences Internal Processes & StrategiesInternal Processes & Strategies
  2. 2. VARIOUS FILTERS IN COMMUNICATION GENERALIZATIONGENERALIZATION DISTORTIONDISTORTION DELETIONDELETION
  3. 3. TYPES OF PERSON –VISUAL PERSONVISUAL PERSON –AUDITORY PERSONAUDITORY PERSON –FEELING PERSONFEELING PERSON –CEREBRAL PERSONCEREBRAL PERSON
  4. 4. NLP Operational Principles  Know the outcome you want to achieveKnow the outcome you want to achieve  Have sufficient sensory acuityHave sufficient sensory acuity  Have flexibility of behaviourHave flexibility of behaviour  Take action NOWTake action NOW
  5. 5. Principle 1: Achieving Outcome Well formedness conditions:Well formedness conditions:  Know whatKnow what you wantyou want and not what you don’tand not what you don’t  State it in positive termsState it in positive terms  Testable, Demonstrable & SpecificTestable, Demonstrable & Specific  Initiative of subjectInitiative of subject  Circumstance specific & not UniversalCircumstance specific & not Universal  Ecologically soundEcologically sound
  6. 6. Principle 2: Sensory Awareness  To know if you are moving towards yourTo know if you are moving towards your desired outcomedesired outcome  ‘‘Read’Read’ people: effect on peoplepeople: effect on people  Know when to stopKnow when to stop
  7. 7. Principle 3: Changing Behaviour  Use the feedback receivedUse the feedback received  See if your behaviour is taking you towards orSee if your behaviour is taking you towards or away from outcomeaway from outcome  Vary your behaviour to get desired resultVary your behaviour to get desired result
  8. 8. Principle 4: Time for Action  Take action NOW !!!!Take action NOW !!!!  Change behaviour of self & othersChange behaviour of self & others  Don’t delay, act todayDon’t delay, act today
  9. 9. NLP PRESUPPOSITIONS
  10. 10. NLP PRESUPPOSITIONS 1.1. The meaning of communication is the responseThe meaning of communication is the response you get.you get. 2.2. The map is not the territory.The map is not the territory. 3.3. Language is a secondary representation ofLanguage is a secondary representation of experience.experience. 4.4. Mind and body are parts of the same. cyberneticMind and body are parts of the same. cybernetic system and they affect each other.system and they affect each other.
  11. 11. NLP PRESUPPOSITIONS 5.5. The law of requisite variety states that in anyThe law of requisite variety states that in any cybernetic system the element or person incybernetic system the element or person in the system with the widest range ofthe system with the widest range of behaviours or variability of choice willbehaviours or variability of choice will control the system.control the system. 6.6. Behaviour is geared towards adaptation.Behaviour is geared towards adaptation. 7.7. Present behaviour represents the very bestPresent behaviour represents the very best choice available to a person.choice available to a person.
  12. 12. 8.8. Behaviour is to be evaluated andBehaviour is to be evaluated and appreciated or changed as appropriate inappreciated or changed as appropriate in the context presented.the context presented. 9.9. People have all the resources they need toPeople have all the resources they need to make the changes they want.make the changes they want. 10.10. ““Possible in the World” or “Possible forPossible in the World” or “Possible for Me” is only a matter of how.Me” is only a matter of how. NLP PRESUPPOSITIONS
  13. 13. 11.11. The highest quality information aboutThe highest quality information about other people is behavioral.other people is behavioral. 12.12. It is useful to make a distinction betweenIt is useful to make a distinction between behaviour and self.behaviour and self. 13.13. There is no such thing as “Failure”; onlyThere is no such thing as “Failure”; only “Feedback”.“Feedback”. NLP PRESUPPOSITIONS
  14. 14. ConclusionConclusion

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