iCN Issue 4

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The Power of Assessments in Coaching

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By Ken Keis, MBA (Canada) Everything in life centres around measurement—money, travel, time, age, weight, volume, temperature, stock indexes—the list is endless. That is true even in underdeveloped countries that use the rising of the sun and moon and the changing of the seasons as measurements. Yet, our experience

What is NLP?

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By Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) NLP is a term used widely in the self-help market, with over 2,700 books on the subject listed on Amazon alone. Its proponents are zealot like in their effusiveness about the results NLP is claimed to achieve. These claims include curing blindness and common

What is NLP?

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By Dr. Györgyi Stenger (Hungary) NLP - this high-tech name of Neuro-Linguistic Programming is the baby of the early 1970s when the founders Richard Bandler and John Grinder were searching for the essence of change and modelled some of the most successful therapists of that time: Fritz Perls, Virginia

We are all puppets in a play. That is not at issue. The vexing question is just who or what is pulling the strings?

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By Martin Goodyer (United Kingdom) "NLP is not a religion. There are no high priests of NLP and I am not a God" is how I recall being introduced to NLP by its co-originator Dr Richard Bandler. I had completed a previous programme organised by a firm of London

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