CH148

Introduction to Neurolinguistic Programming

Improve your communication skills using Neurolinguistic Programming.

95%

overall satisfaction for this course

?Average calculated from scores obtained from 435 participants who took this course.
  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 935
  • Preferential fee 795?
  • Locations
    • Quebec City
    • Montreal
    • Gatineau

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU
SUMMARY
DETAILS

Objectives

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.

Targeted audience

Any audience.

Prerequisite

None.

Customer Testimonials

Gives tools to get to know each other, to know others and to communicate better.

Gwenael M. / Développeur de système principal, Financière Manuvie

Content

  • 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

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Quebec City

    September 13 to September 14 2017

  • Montreal

    September 21 to September 22 2017

  • Gatineau

    October 2 to October 3 2017

  • Quebec City

    February 7 to February 8 2018

  • Montreal

    February 15 to February 16 2018

  • Gatineau

    March 13 to March 14 2018

  • Montreal

    May 10 to May 11 2018

Trainer(s) assigned(s)

Other course(s) in this category