Learning You Can Use in 1 Day

One day introductions take place at 47 Queen's Park Cres. E., Toronto, unless otherwise noted.  The cost of registration for a one day introduction to NLP  can be applied to a certification program taken within 6 months of the one day course. (Only one introduction may be applied to the cost of the certification)

One day courses run from 10:00am to 4:30pm

Introductions to NLP

Natural Learning Processes

Adapt and Change with Natural Learning Processes

You know you need to learn more, to adapt to change around you and to develop the skills that will move you forward. In just one day, you can recognize how learning in your mind/brain/body system and how to make it happen more effectively. Read more.

Next date is June 5.

Natural Leading Processes

Natural Leading Processes (NLP)

If you’re reading this, you probably don’t see yourself as a natural leader. But you can use natural leading processes to get other people engaged in the things you want and need. You can learn to be as clear, as present, and as connected as those who are born with the gift of leadership. Along the way, you’ll learn a lot about making a stronger connection with the best parts of yourself. Read more.

The Language of Full Engagement

Next Steps in Metaphor

Don’t let the word scare you: metaphors are used automatically by everyone, every day. As you become more aware of the metaphors you choose, you’ll begin to understand your own communication better. This changes how you connect with others. Most importantly, it changes how you communicate with the part of you that chooses your metaphors. Your brain/mind/body system is so much bigger and more complicated than your conscious mind alone. It often combines complicated thoughts into images that really are worth a thousand words. Learn to hear your own metaphors and understand what messages they carry about your internal states and motivations. When you do, you’ll also open yourself to using language that connects more strongly with more of the people you want to train, motivate or manage.

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