NLP and Business
Welcome to Transform Destiny, a different kind of training institute! Please make yourself at home. Chaining is a technique that is used when the desired/resource state is significantly different from the present state and the present state is a stuck state. Get in rapport.
The distinction we’re going to look at now in NLP is something called the Meta Model. This piece has been taken from a live training, so it may not scan as reading material, so if you can ‘hear’ it as the spoken word, it’ll dance more easily! The Meta Model, according to the history that I know, was arrived at by the originators of NLP going out and modelling Virginia Satir. Now Virginia Satir was known as the mother, or I think it was the mother or the grandmother of all family therapy. She was known as a family therapist.
The Representational Systems by Rex Sikes Seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling and tasting is how human beings experience the world around them. These are the five primary sensory modalities by which people encode, organize, store and attach meaning to perceptual input.
The NLP Meta Model describes the process people use to experience their unique reality; deletion, distortion & generalization. Leave out' or 'ignore' may be physically more accurate than delete, but it is easier to think of as information being deleted. When information is 'deleted', some of it is not physically present in the brain to be retrieved and some of it is.
Well, it is the end of January, and I am betting that most people who have bothered to make New Years Resolutions have given up! Sadly, achieving a new goal, target or desire is deceptively simple (simple is very different to easy!). Drawing mainly from my experience of professional sports people, athletes and coaches, below are three of the most common reasons I have found for people to fail, and how they can be avoided. 1. Directionalise Your State
By Rintu Basu NLP Techniques 0 Comments and 0 Reactions 7th October 2011 digg Email Share 3 Email Share My last article on NLP Questions provoked quite a few emails. Most were asking for some more examples, so here are a few.
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By Carolyn Sheppard At a seminar I attended a short while ago (on the subject of Leadership During Challenging Times), all of the four speakers, from very different backgrounds, mentioned the issue of unconscious bias and the effects it has on leadership, followership and the organisation. Unconscious bias is the underlying, subconscious prejudices that every single person has, due to nature, nurture and experience. As an illustration of this, one of the speakers (an eloquent and impressive French IT Director), recounted a particularly relevant story regarding her employment at a company in the US. She said that no matter how good her performance and results, she could never succeed because of the culture of the organisation. She struggled in the company for three years.
Neuro-linguistic programming ( NLP ) is an approach to communication , personal development , and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, USA in the 1970s. The title asserts a connection between the neurological processes ("neuro"), language ("linguistic"), and behavioural patterns learned through experience ("programming") that proponents speculate can be changed to achieve specific goals in life. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] The balance of scientific evidence reveals NLP to be a largely discredited pseudoscience .
Newsgroups: sci.psychology From: Lee Lady Subject: Re: Mental Imagery Summary: Association and dissociation. Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1993 01:24:36 GMT In article <CF9LGr.8CA@news.Hawaii.Edu> I write: >NLP claims that the mind ``codes'' images (as well as other representations >of the world) in terms of ``submodalities'' --- such sensory qualities as >size, brightness, distance, location (which is to say, do I see the image >directly in front of me, or is a little above my eye level, or to the >left or the right?), color, three dimensionality.
With so many people gaining some degree of understanding of NLP this seemed like a good time to introduce a feature which focuses on the use of NLP techniques to help to gain a better understanding of public events. Hence "NLP and the News." Since I live in the UK I'm starting out with a couple of "home grown" situations, though I hope they are sufficiently big chunk (government "spin" and barriers to communication) to be broadly relevant to an international audience.
Posted by Ben Tien Aug 25 The mental states that result become the instigators of our behavior. In order to alter states and behavior, a person can merely alter their filters. So what is a filter?
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Gestalt psychology or gestaltism ( German : Gestalt – "essence or shape of an entity's complete form") is a theory of mind and brain of the Berlin School ; the operational principle of gestalt psychology is that the brain is holistic , parallel, and analog, with self-organizing tendencies. The principle maintains that the human eye sees objects in their entirety before perceiving their individual parts, suggesting the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Gestalt psychology tries to understand the laws of our ability to acquire and maintain stable percepts in a noisy world. Gestalt psychologists stipulate that perception is the product of complex interactions among various stimuli. Contrary to the behaviorist approach to understanding the elements of cognitive processes, gestalt psychologists sought to understand their organization (Carlson and Heth, 2010).