The Art Of Being Brilliant – An Introduction to NLP
This course provides an introduction to NLP and the key techniques to communicate and influence.
Reasons to choose Watson Martin
- Our courses are designed to be engaging, interactive and have real impact back in the workplace
- You can measure how much the learning has benefited you – our open courses include online pre, post and eight-week follow up evaluation
- Full course materials are included as standard and you will have online access to a reference manual and course slides
About the Course
WHO IS IT FOR?
This NLP training course is recommended for individuals who have an open mind and would like an introduction to neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques. There will be a strong focus on learning more about communication, how to influence others and how to build rapport with other people in every walk of life.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
This is an interactive day where you will take an introductory look at NLP techniques. Through exposure to these techniques, you will learn how to change the way you view the world and change the way the world views you. This will change the way you build relationships with people moving forward.
This course can also be taken as part of our IQ IAM Level 3 Award in Professional PA and Admin Skills.
WHAT WILL I GET OUT OF ATTENDING THIS COURSE?
By attending this course you will learn how to:
- an understanding of the foundations of NLP
- new ways of thinking and understanding
- specific techniques that will help improve your relationships at home and at work
- how to be more flexible when communicating with others
WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED ON THIS COURSE?
- The world of NLP – what it is and where it comes from
- Understanding the four pillars of NLP
- How to build great rapport from the start to leave a lasting impression
- Solving problems using empathy and NLP techniques
- How you can use NLP techniques to influence others around you, in order to achieve a win:win
- The power of positive thinking and what it can do for you
- How to decide what the right questions are and how to ask them