Roots of Neuro Linguistic Programming

Author: Robert Brian Dilts
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781947629202
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Roots of Neuro-Linguistic Programming provides much of the important scientific background information that is not covered in the other "how-to" books written about Neuro-Linguistic Programming. This information is used to give important insights into how and why the specific NLP techniques work so effectively.

Principles of NLP

Author: Joseph O'Connor
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857011367
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) teaches how to model excellence to achieve excellence in everything you do. This introductory guide explains the principles of NLP and how to use these principles in your life – personally, spiritually and professionally. By focusing on the fundamental presuppositions of NLP, this clear and concise book gets right to its core. It explains key concepts such as building rapport, modelling, anchoring and uncovering your preferred learning style. It shows how to be in tune with your patterns of behaviour and language and those of the people around you, and how to use this knowledge to reach your goals. From building confidence, to beating depression, to career development, the uses of NLP are innumerable. This book is an ideal starting point for anyone interested in learning the life-changing techniques of NLP.

Neuro Linguistic Programming

Author: P. Tosey
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230248314
Format: PDF, Docs
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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'.

NLP

Author: Lisa Wake
Publisher: Ecademy Press
ISBN: 1905823789
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book covers the main tools and techniques of NLP. Apart from this first chapter, each chapter follows the same layout. The overview and rationale for each tool/technique or philosophy is given. A literature review has been undertaken and any relevant literature to support or challenge the model is included. Any concepts that are directly related to the subject matter are summarised as are the principles of why the particular technique works and how it links back to the overarching theory and principles of NLP. How the technique works is then described followed by the key steps involved in applying the technique. Each section then concludes with a recommended exercise to follow and examples of how the technique can be applied across a number of different contexts.

Handbook of NLP

Author: Harry Adler
Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780566083891
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A comprehensive handbook delivering specialised practical information for anyone interested in using NLP. The Handbook is pitched at professional communicators, including: trainers, managers, professionals communicating one-to-one (eg executive coaches, consultants, mentors, negotiators etc) and senior salespeople and key account executives. Part 1 provides details of the components of NLP while Part 2 details its applications.

Gower Handbook of Leadership and Management Development

Author: Richard Thorpe
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1317125231
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On few occasions in the history of modern management have leadership skills been in such sharp focus as they are now. The ability to direct often very large and diverse organizations; to make sense of the complex and turbulent markets and environments in which you operate; and to adapt and learn seems at an all time premium. The premise behind the fifth edition of this influential Handbook is that leadership, management and organizational development are all parts of the same process; enhancing the capacity of organizations, whatever their size, and the people within them to achieve their purpose. To this end, the editors have brought together a who's who of current writers on leadership and development and created the definitive single volume guide to the subject. The perspectives that the text provides to leadership, learning and development, embrace the formal and the informal, cultures and case examples from organizations of all kinds; and offers readers a rigorous, readable and, where appropriate, ground-breaking book. In the 14 years since the fourth edition of this classic book, very much has changed. But the need for this Handbook is as strong as ever and the Fifth Edition of Gower Handbook of Leadership and Management Development is set to become a definitive read for senior managers and those who develop them and an essential reader for the management students aspiring to become the next generation of leaders.