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001--Maximize Your Performance and Rapport Building Power

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is the hub of all my training. The basic information covered in this module is applied in every seminar I teach. This is possible because, NLP in its purest form encompasses three major areas: (1) establishing rapport, (2) effective communication skills, and (3) how your mind works.

This seminar is an introductory course to a concept called Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). NLP is the study of subjective human experience (see what is NLP). It explains why you do what you do and why you don’t do what you know you should do. Participants will learn cutting–edge rapport building skills that work amazingly fast, particularly in the areas of communication, sales, customer service, and relationship development.

Participants will first discover whether they communicate visually (sight), auditorily (hearing), or kinesthetically (feeling), and learn the characteristics of each type. They will then learn how to discern this information in other people. This knowledge will enable attendees to become more skilled at communicating effectively with their supervisors, co-workers, customers, and partners. Participants will also learn the concepts of anchoring, developmental patterns, mirroring, modeling, and how to maintain a proper emotional state using NLP technology. Personal and business applications are given in each of these areas of NLP. Historically, this has been one of my most popular and requested seminars. A secondary objective of this seminar is to entice attendees to do some self-study in this area. The training is delivered in an upbeat, enthusiastic manner that usually leaves attendees wanting more.

This information is great for anyone in business or in a relationship because it is about people, communication, building rapport, and human behavior.

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