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Insight for Excellence - 1 day taster seminar

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A one day Taster Seminar into the art and science of excellence - “The strategies, tools and techniques of NLP represent an opportunity unlike any other for the exploration of human functioning, or more precisely, that rare and valuable subset of human functioning known as genius.” Dr John Grinder (Co-creator of NLP)

Seminar aim – Introducing NLP concepts and techniques, and how they can provide positive and lasting changes in your personal and professional life.

Why NLP? More and more people are finding NLP useful and rewarding. This one day seminar gives you a background understanding of what NLP is, where it comes from and how it can be learnt. The seminar gives you insight into many of the powerful NLP applications and you will gain some practical hands-on experience of the effectiveness of NLP.

Why would this interest me? NLP teaches how to boost confidence, improve self esteem, enhance relationships. This one day seminar will give you an understanding of what skills can be yours as an NLP Coach and it will teach you some new personal skills.

What will this seminar do for me? The day focuses on giving you an overall understanding of the principals of NLP and how the techniques can work for you. It includes the teaching of some practical elements that will give you some core skills of immediate usefulness to you.

How will I benefit? The personal benefits include learning how NLP can increase your personal choices and how you can communicate more effectively and develop better relationships. You will learn how to accomplish personal goals. The professional benefits are the insights into how the many techniques of NLP can improve your professional relationships and facilitate improved work performances. Learn how to develop effective communications and goal setting skills.

What will the day cover?
9.30am Registration
10.00am Seminar start
Introduction to NLP
Neuro: - The NLP communication model, sensory acuity and rapport.
Lunch break
Linguistic:- Understanding communication skills and language choices
Programming:- Learning eye patterns, strategies and goal setting
Summary of the day and question time
4.30pm Seminar close

How much is the Insight for Excellence Seminar? £65 per person. Bring a packed lunch and enjoy a tranquil mid-day break in the quiet gardens of the centre.

Where and when will Insight for Excellence run? The seminars are based at the Isis Centre in St Lawrence. Contact us for dates. The numbers for each seminar are limited so that each delegate can get the best personal benefit by being part of small group learning.

How do I book? Registration for a seminar is by email to brian@prosperolifecoaching.com

Terms and conditions: Full payment is required at the time of booking. If cancellation is made 14 days before the seminar date a full refund will be made. For cancellations within 14 days of the seminar no refunds are given.

What will I get out of this seminar? By the end of the day you will have increased your awareness and ability to:-
Swiftly gain rapport in meetings
Know more about how to get your point across effectively with anyone
Discover and utilise the mindset for success
Clarify and create an achievable goal for yourself
Understand how to motivate yourself and others
Improve personal and professional relationships
Develop awareness of what maybe holding you back
Understand what you need to do to create positive change

The seminar assumes little or no knowledge of NLP and is open to anyone.
Attending Insights for Excellence will give you the experience of what NLP can do for you and you will know for certain about the relevance of Excellence in your life journey.

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