To gain a competitive advantage it is necessary to have a number of incisive communication skills ready and available in your toolbox.
Exposure to the right training will accelerate this.
Here’s what such a training can mean for you.
Ideally, you want to build on and further develop your influential skills.
This training will give you the knowledge and point to how and why we behave in the way that we do.
You will gain a flexible range of skills to challenge your mind-set, change your results, and well, create a clear pathway towards what you truly want.
This part provides a further appreciation of the role of strategies and looks at the benefits of modelling an expert.
Once familiarised and absorbed, this knowledge has the potential to take your thinking and skills to a whole new place with you gaining a new personal perspective.
NLP is built around three fundamental pillars.
Strategies belong to the internal representations segment.
Now strategies are simply the sequence of thoughts we use to get a particular outcome.
They are composed of three aspects:
An outcome – the result you want.
A sequence – the steps needed to get the outcome.
And the elements – the submodalities – that make up each step.
There are five main types of strategies.
Strategies explain essentially how we differ from one another.
An efficient and effective strategy can lead to generative change because excellence in one thing can always be applied to other things.
Interestingly, strategies work 100% of the time!
An outcome is always obtained.
However, it may not be the outcome you want.
In this case the strategy may need to be modified.
We have a strategy for everything we do.
The ability to elicit a person’s strategies in business, sales, relationships, education, therapy, management and so on, will improve your skills and boost your results, strikingly so.
You will know what makes a person tick.
I’m sure you can appreciate how an efficient and effective strategy in any one area can produce a result that could be incredibly rewarding.
Let’s move on to modelling.
Modelling involves observing and mapping the successful processes a person uses to produce a consistent, exceptional performance.
In other words, how an apparent behaviour can be broken down into manageable chunks so it can be recreated and reproduced by others.
Just imagine what this could do for you!
You will learn these techniques to allow you to identify the verbal and non-verbal patterns that occur to get the outcome.
The quest is to model the performance by extracting and formulating the process a person uses.
The same steps can then be followed.
Modelling covers a range of processes, a range of criteria – the mental, psychological, emotional, spiritual, physical approaches, and across a range of activities, including thinking, decision making, motivation, creativity, beliefs, attitude, capabilities, procedures and so on.
We want to know precisely how they do it!