NLP Trainer Training

NLP Stage 3


Now I become myself. It’s taken
Time, many years and places;
I have been dissolved and shaken,
Worn other people’s faces…
May Sarton

Now I become myself

At a minimum you will discover how to be fully yourself in the company of others. In addition to this you will discover how to:

  • Be with and lead a group of people in such a way that demonstrate your talent and excellence and inspire them to do the same
  • Speak and respond with a truth that is compelling and inspiring and creates a quality of communication that is characteristic of world leaders
  • Lead others development by your continuous example
  • Learn how to operate in a ‘meta’ mode as you are no longer working at the same level as the participants on your programmes
  • Demonstrate a total commitment to learning, both that of yourself and others that you support
  • Discover the structure of excellence in yourself and any team with which you are involved so that you can reproduce that excellence with consistency
  • Design and deliver programmes based on the Learning Cycle and that are experiential supporting totally the essence of NLP being  the Study of the Structure of Excellence
  • Practice selflessness and the letting go of ego so you can be 100% there for your group members
  • Learn how to work real time rather than scripted
  • Use humour to facilitate change and therefore run programmes where laughter plays a big part
  • Have the capacity to give generously of yourself in a way that constantly creates the space for new growth and learning
  • Find all the inner strength and capability that you need by drawing on the resources that you hold within
  • Listen with humility in a way that encourages others to give fully of themselves and discover their innate creativity and personal strength
  • Serve the group through your commitment to them yet lead them by your example
  • Navigate the direction of the learning to support a group in achieving what they really want
"If you want a happy ending, it just depends on where you stop your story."
Orson Welles