Magic Of Nlp Demystified

Author: Byron Lewis
Editor: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 184590818X
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With new and updated material this is the second edition of a work which has long been regarded as one of the best introductions to NLP and, in particular, its Language of Communication model, available. It introduces the reader to a remarkable new approach to the study of human communications and therapeutic change.Managers, sales people, consultants, therapists, parents educators - anyone interested in or involved with influential communications and personal change - will benefit from reading this book, which is written in an informal and entertaining style.

Magic Of Nlp Demystified

Author: Byron A. Lewis
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ISBN: 9781555520175
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This the best selling introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), written in an informal and entertaining style. This book will intorduce the reader to a remarkable new approach to the study of human communications and therapeutic change. Managers, sales people, consultants, therapists, parents, educators -- anyone interested in or involved with influential communications and personal change will benefit from reading this unusual book.

About Addictions Notes From Psychology Neuroscience And Nlp

Author: Richard Gray
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435755871
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About Addictions provides a perspective for clear thinking about what to do, rather than how to feel about addiction and addiction spectrum disorders. Richard Gray provides the reader with data from Psychology, Neuroscience and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, that will allow clear thought about the nature of these problems and what can be done. As he says in his introduction, this is a book to think with. It is short on doctrine and long on practical information about the nature of addictions and the structure of motivations for change. Gray provides information about diagnosis, reports on studies that say something very important about 'addictive substances' and research in neuroscience, motivation, and preference hierarchies. He provides techniques and perspectives from Neuro-Linguistic Programming to suggest some novel approaches to treating the problem.

The Origins Of Neuro Linguistic Programming

Author: John Grinder
Editor: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 1845908643
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The Origins of NLP brings together the recollections and thoughts of some of the main protagonists from the very early days of NLP. In 1971 Richard Bandler and Frank Pucelik were students at Kresege College at the University of California Santa Cruz. They had a strong mutual interest in Gestalt Therapy, Frank because of his traumatic time in Vietnam and because he had been working with some disaffected and drug-addicted kids, and Richard because he had been working with Science and Behavior Books on transcribing and editing Fritz Perls' seminal work, The Gestalt Approach and Eyewitness to Therapy. They started a local Gestalt group and ran 2-3 sessions a week collaborating and experimenting with the language of therapy. They started achieving some brilliant results but were having problems transferring their skills to others and so Richard invited one of their college professors, John Grinder, to observe what they were doing in order that he would, hopefully, be able to deconstruct what they were doing that was so effective. John was a professor of Linguistics and was instantly impressed with the work that they were doing. He was able to add more structure and in due course the three of them formalised what is now known as the Meta Model. NLP, or Meta as it was known then, was born.

Theory And Practice Of Nlp Coaching

Author: Bruce Grimley
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1446291871
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'Inspiring, stimulating, and immensely rich - Bruce takes NLP in Coaching to an entirely new dimension, building on the giants before him' - Katherine Tulpa, Global CE0, Association for Coaching 'I recommend this book whole heartedly to any coach who wishes to update their knowledge and understanding of NLP and coaching' - Prof. Dr. Karl Nielsen, IN President 'Immensely readable and well researched. No NLP practitioner wanting to develop the field further should be without it' - Dr Jane Mathison, formerly research officer in NLP, University of Surrey Are you struggling with the complexities of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)? You've come to the right place. This book demystifies NLP, providing a practical guide to understanding the psychological theories, principles and research that underpin the approach. Packed with practical hints and tips, case studies and exercises, the book introduces and explores: - What NLP coaching actually is - The general theories and principles that underpin the NLP approach - How theory translates into practice - The research evidence that says NLP coaching really works This is an essential companion for trainees, coaches, psychologists and professionals from all walks of life - indeed, anyone wanting to develop their knowledge and practical skills in this increasingly popular approach. Bruce Grimley is Managing Director of Achieving Lives Ltd, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and the UK President of the International Association of NLP Institutes and Coaching Institutes.

Magic Demystified

Author: Byron A. Lewis
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Neuro Linguistic Programming

Author: Paul Tosey
Editor: Palgrave MacMillan
ISBN:
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Addressing the need for a discerning, research-based discussion of NLP, this book seeks to answer the many questions that clients, potential users and practitioners ask, including: what is NLP and what can it best be used for? This book looks at the research and theory behind NLP, also exploring claims that it is a `pseudoscience'.

Fully Alive From 9 To 5

Author: Louise LeBrun
Editor: Nepean, Ont. : Partners in Renewal Incorporated
ISBN: 9780968556689
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Public Health Skills

Author: Lesley Coles
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
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Specifically devoted to the development of public health skills for nurses, this text draws on the National Occupational Standards for the practice of public health and adapts the four domains and ten principles identified in the NMC Standards of proficiency for specialist community public health nursing.

The Winning Edge

Author: Richard H. Lucas
Editor: Aspen Publishers
ISBN:
File Size: 64,35 MB
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Neurolinguistic programming is a psychological technique that explains the ways individuals receive, perceive and process information differently. Teaching the techniques to lawyers encourages them to listen, notice responses and become flexible in their delivery of information to assure the message they are delivering is heard by each receiver. This book discusses the importance of rapport in the courtroom and explains how people communicate. A step-by-step guide to negotiating and mediating techniques, with tips on avoiding common pitfalls, it shows lawyers how to establish and maintain rapport, and how to phrase statements to influence cases

Challenge Of Excellence

Author: Scout Lee
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ISBN: 9781555520045
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The Challenge of Excellence is an outdoor experience of physical challenge on ropes, balance beams, and poles where men and women test their limits and abilities. It is also a new way of thinking about the challenges of life that we experience every day. Using the principles of NeuroLinguistic Programming. The Challenge of Excellence shows the interconnection between the mind and the body and our capacity for learning patterns of excellence. Book jacket.

Alternative Medicine

Author: Burton Goldberg Group
Editor: Alternativemedicine.Com Books
ISBN:
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Four hundred of the world's leading alternative physicians contribute safe, affordable, and effective remedies for more than 200 medical conditions ranging from common health problems like allergies, asthma, and obesity to serious illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and AIDS. Illustrations. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

The Creative Teaching And Learning Toolkit

Author: Brin Best
Editor: Continuum
ISBN:
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A guide to becoming a more effective teacher through a new teaching and learning framework that focuses on the key role of creativity in the classroom.

The Cumulative Book Index

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A world list of books in the English language.

Creating Training Miracles

Author: Alastair Rylatt
Editor: Pfeiffer
ISBN:
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Create your own training miracles! Discover training techniques that produce extraordinaryresults--training miracles! With the right tools and training,everyone has the ability to learn. And to be a successful trainer,you yourself need to continue learning. Explore emerging trAnds intraining such as globalization, competency-based training, andhigh-tech delivery of training. Each chapter introduces you to a different training method, andopens with a story to actually demonstrate how the techniqueworks. Learn all about: * Getting Training Results in the Workplace * Competency-Based Training * Self-Directed Learning * Using Icebreakers and Energizers to Warm Up Learners * Neurolinguistic Programming * The Power of Accelerative Learning * Successful Role-Playing Techniques * Designing and Using Classic Case Studies * Organizing Outdoor Learning Programs * Facilitation . . . and more! Select only the topics that interest you. Want to learn moreabout a particular training technique? Every chapter contains asummary and list of references for further reading andresearch. Discover cutting-edge, exciting techniques and create trainingprograms that produce amazing results!

Artist S Market 1993

Author: Lauri Miller
Editor: Writer's Digest Books
ISBN: 9780898795806
File Size: 39,10 MB
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Graphic artists and fine artists looking for new marketing opportunities will find 2,500 buyers of all types of art in this new edition. Included are articles which illuminate the skills and marketing tactics necessary to be a successful graphic or fine artist, and interviews with successful professionals, which offer many helpful tips.

Northwest Publishing Market Place

Author: Marjorie Gersh
Editor: Writers & Readers Publishing
ISBN: 9780962259234
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Artist S Market

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Self Rescue

Author: John Cantwell Kiley
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ISBN: 9781555520083
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Success In The Creative Classroom

Author: Steve Bowkett
Editor: Network Continuum
ISBN:
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This innovative, engaging and practical book uses a variety of forms of creative expression, and shows how these can be used for teaching children today. Each chapter opens with a story written in or featuring a different genre, which is then underpinned by research and theory and expanded into resources for activities supported by case studies. With photographs, and illustrations by the artist Katty McMurray