NLP Business Practitioner

NLP Stage 1

Sue’s Introduction

If you liked the book you should love the course. And even if you have not read the book (and the book that I am referring to is NLP at Work) I would still expect you to love the course! I was the first in the UK (maybe the world) to run a Business Practitioner training and have spent years pioneering the use of NLP in work. However I do this from a personal perspective so you get the best of both worlds – the latest successful business thinking and the most advanced approaches to personal development.

You can expect to come away from this training having accelerated your ability to succeed in creating a work and home environment that is full of learning, integrity, care for others, quality and success. And you will do this in the company of other people who have a passion for making a difference in the world today. You will almost certainly become part of a network (throughout the course and online with the aid of an on-line sites where you can share your learning) of like minded people.

This particular programme is a 5 day intensive with supplementary personal development projects. Expect this programme to change your thinking and your life. It is an intensive in the sense that it is a small group with a lot of personal supervision. I teach the principles of NLP and how to think and use them for yourself rather than step by step processes (which for me are not what NLP is all about). There is an optional follow on day a few weeks after the end of the training.

My aim is to be flexible in the way that I run this programme so that your exact needs are met.

The programme leads to certification backed by ANLP – the Association for NLP an organization that has been around for a long time and one that I respect highly. ANLP provides membership and support to certified Practitioners and a huge network of similarly trained people.

"I like Sue's style and have enormous respect for Sue's skill. it has left me with a clear sense of purpose in pursuing my three commitments. I generally assess the success of any programme in terms of what I remember and how I apply it and on that basis it achieved a lot!”
Andrew Hoad, Waitrose Ltd