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Introducing NLP

Psychological skills for understanding and influencing people

Paperback Engels 2002 9781855383449
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Sommige mensen lijken meer talenten te hebben dan anderen. Neurolinguïstisch programmeren (NLP), één van de snelst groeiende ontwikkelingen in de toegepaste psychologie, beschrijft op eenvoudige wijze wat deze mensen anders doen, wat u in staat stelt deze patronen te leren. Deze benadering geeft u de praktische vaardigheden die tevens gebruikt worden door experts. NLP vaardigheden zijn onmisbaar voor persoonlijke ontwikkeling en optimaal functioneren in de hulpverlening, het onderwijs, het bedrijfsleven en in het privé-leven.

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ISBN13:9781855383449
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:245
Uitgever:Thorsons
Druk:3

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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword by Robert Dilts
Preface by John Grinder
Introduction
Introduction to the second edition

1. Sets a context and maps out the main ideas of NLP: how we get from our present reality to where we want to go, outcomes, communication, how to gain rapport, and how we build our unique ways of understanding the world.
2. Deals with how we use our senses internally to think, how language relates to thought, and how you can tell the way in which other people are thinking.
3. Deals with our states of mind, how they are evoked, and how we can use these stimuli or anchors to gain access to our resourceful states of mind at will.
4. This is about thinking in terms of systems rather than simple cause an effect. It contains some of Robert Dilts' recent work, how environment, behaviour, capability, beliefs and identity fit together.
5. Describes how language sets limits on our experience and how we can go beyond those limits. The Meta Model patterns are a way of asking key questions to clarify what people say.
6. How to use language in artfully vague ways that accord with other people's experience and allows them access to their unconscious resources - called the Milton Model after the world famous hypnotherapist, Milton Erickson. There is a section on metaphor, another on changing the meaning of experience, and a third on how we perceive time subjectively.
7. Explores more NLP patterns, including conflict, alignment, values and flexibility in the context of business. How to make meetings run more effectively and how to reach agreement in difficult situations.
8. Focuses on NLP in therapy and personal change, and describes three classic NLP techniques: the swish, the phobia cure, and internal conflict resolution
9. This chapter is about our thinking strategies. There are some practical examples, including the famous NLP spelling strategy. There is a strategy for musical memory, and a creative strategy modelled on Walt Disney.

Epilogue
Reference section
Index
About the authors and business consultancy services

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