Tag: neuro linguistic programming

Transformation Occurs At the Edge of Our Map

Julie Silverthorn, International Master Trainer and co-author of best selling “Training Trances” What is the purpose of training from an NLP perspective? Note: The number of answers to this will correspond directly to the number of trainers teaching NLP—each will have his or her own answer for this! Taking this into account, I’d like to …

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Meet the NLP Trainers: Julie Silverthorn, M.S.

Our NLP Trainer’s Training is led by three NLP Master Trainers, Julie Silverthorn, Melody Cheal and Joe Cheal. Earlier this year Julie was interviewed about her approach to NLP and her personal philosophy. Click on the link below to see it for yourself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5HC1mmDwsE Next year Julie will once again join Melody and Joe in …

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Choosing the right NLP Trainer’s Training course

Choosing your NLP Trainer’s Training Course Choosing an NLP Trainer’s Training provider is a big step. You are making an important investment and it is essential that you choose the right Institute for you. Here are a few pointers to help you consider where to make your investment. Why do you want to take NLP …

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Part 2: Humour and Permission

In terms of how I use humour with a group (or with individuals in the group), I now believe that the crux point is ‘permission’. Some of that permission is in the group expressing a desire to enjoy the event. Some of that permission is gained as the course develops. Some people can be teased …

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Pacing and Leading Humour

 A trainer stands at the front of the room and starts the course with a joke. Upon delivering the punch-line the audience is silent… Imaginary tumbleweed drifts across the room… Awkward.  Effective trainers (and indeed presenters) seem to build and maintain two things with an audience… and misplaced (or mistimed) humour can potentially destroy both …

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Structuring your sessions

As NLP Trainers we need to recognize that a student will have a different map of the world to the trainer and will need guiding into new territory in a structured way to enable optimum learning. During NLP Trainer’s Training we teach new trainers how to structure sessions to appeal to a variety of learning …

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NLP Trainer’s Training: Balancing theory and learning.

Recently I was asked to give feedback on a coaching training programme. The female trainer was charming, professional and knowledgeable. She built good rapport with the group and was easy to get on with. Her presentation style was in the main good, her voice well-modulated and easy to listen to. Unfortunately the course structure was …

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Defining linguistic presuppositions and mind reads

To finish off our first thread we thought it would be useful to share a couple of definitions taken from Julie’s book “Training Trances”. As a new NLP Trainer it is essential that you make sure you are clear about definitions. “Presupposition – the linguistic equivalent of assumptions.” “Mind read – claiming to know someone …

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Welcome to all our new followers

Thank you for joining us on this blog. Our intention is to build an interactive blog that helps new NLP Trainers develop. So to follow on from Julie’s first blog our next question for you: What is the difference between a linguistic presupposition and a mind read? I have now switched on the comments function. …

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