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NLP Coaching – The Difference That Makes a Bond

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By Jay Arnott (United Kingdom) NLP has filtered into numerous fields spanning the realms of business, education, therapy, sport and now has wormed its way into coaching. So, whether people say they like it or not, many are using it. Expressions such as ‘framing,’ ‘reframe,’ ‘limiting beliefs,’ ‘congruent’ and

What is the way forward for NLP?

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By Malcolm Nicholson – iCN Journalist (United Kingdom) The vast bulk of developmental work in NLP happened during its most fertile and creative period under Bandler and Grinder on the West Coast in the 1970s. Even ‘New Code of NLP’ (as opposed to what is now called ‘Classic Code

Latest Trends on Business Coaching: Organisational Entities© – NLP Strategy for Knowledge and Visionary Companies

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By Alina Tudorache (Romania) In an age of digital marketplaces, visionary coaching, Kaizen coaching, digital crowdsourcing, the concept of “coaching” has expanded its boundaries beyond concrete workplace settings. For a few years, I have been designing and delivering Business coaching products by combining NLP techniques with up-to-date organisational Management

The Business of NLP

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By Christine Dawson (United Kingdom) The intellectual origins and psychotherapeutic applications of early NLP are widely documented.  Indeed, NLP was created for the detailed study of the natural language used by eminent psychotherapists of the 1970’s and the inherent processes and techniques they used to generate transformative change in

NLP – Simply Put!

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) NLP or to use its full term of ‘Neuro-linguistic programming’ is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grindler in the 1970s. In 1972 Richard Bandler, an undergraduate student of psychology; approached John Grindler, an Assistant Professor