To provide the knowledge required to describe the principles of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), set personal goals, improve communication skills, and take into account the non-verbal aspect of interactions with others.
- The origins and key principles of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
- Defining, visualizing and achieving specific objectives that are both positive and feasible
- Creating a relationship of confidence with the people you interact with
- Calibration to assess the emotions of the other party
- Synchronizing verbal and non-verbal communication
- Active listening and adapting to the language of the other party: VAKO (visual, auditory, kinesthetic and olfactory)
- Discovering one's own mode of behaviour
- Realignment techniques to allow flexibility in presenting one's ideas
- Anchoring techniques that enable using one's resources in order to meet objectives
You learn a lot about the way your brain, personality and emotions work.
Mireille B. / Senior Financial Analyst, Services publics et Approvisionnement Canada