NLP Practitioner & Motivational Coaching

7 DAY IMMERSION COURSE SYLLABUS

Class times: 9 - 9.30 AM to 5 - 6.15 PM
Frequent breaks are given and a 1 - 1.5 hour lunch.

The training room is open during the evening time for additional practice (optional.) These sessions may become mandatory for challenged students in order to certify.

NLP Practitioner & Motivational Coach Program

The following is the Global NLP Training course outline and tentative schedule. All of the detailed contents in this document will be covered during the course. The actual schedule is subject to change depending on the specific needs of the students, to assure the highest quality training possible, to promote maximum retention, and to maintain student energy levels, as well as the interest of each group.

All Global NLP Training immersion programs have been designed under the premise that the brain can only learn when it is having fun, the mind is kept engaged, the body is comfortable and energized. We work with highly skilled trainers, with a good sense of humor, whom aim to keep you riveted and engaged into a life changing learning experience. This training is experiential in nature, where coaching and NLP is learned by doing and actively applying the techniques on yourself as well as others.

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  • Class Introductions
  • Class Coaching
  • What is NLP
  • Experiencing NLP
  • Introduction association/disassociation from negative emotions
  • Introduction to re-­-coding the mind and changing thoughts
  • Technique for increasing learning, memory, information retention
  • NLP Model of communication: sensory experience, coding, emotions, representations, behavior
  • Levels of learning – understanding how the brain learns Components of experience – emotion, body, mind
  • History and origins of NLP
  • Introduction to the Milton Model
  • Class coaching
  • Presuppositions of NLP and coaching – basic rules, beliefs and understanding
  • Sensory acuity – discovery and enhancement of visual, auditory, kinesthetic preferences
  • Congruence vs Incongruence – paying attention to internal & external signals
  • Rapport – developing powerful connections with others
  • Rapport – persuade others to trust you
  • Mirroring and matching – non-­-verbal communication to build rapport
  • Pacing and leading – leading people in other (better) directions
  • Psychogeography – meaning and psychology of spacial gesturing, deliberate pointing and gesturing
  • Using psychogeography in creating rapport
  • Milton Erickson techniques and influencing speed of brain patterns to do NLP (continued.)
  • Motivational coaching overview
  • Class coaching
  • Representational systems and predicates – using language for rapport
  • Representational systems and predicates – language to persuade, inspire, increase understanding
  • Chunking – using high level and low level communication
  • Introduction to language patterns / metaphor
  • Creating stories through metaphor / language patterns
  • 4 Tuple – making stories and experiences more real
  • Introduction to state elicitation Perceptual positions – looking at situations from different perspectives
  • Perceptual positions – self, other, observer positions Utilizing perceptual positions in coaching
  • New behavior generator – creating new behaviors, changing negative to positive emotions
  • Milton Erickson techniques and influencing speed of brain patterns to do NLP continued
  • Motivational coaching overview continued
  • Class coaching
  • State elicitation -­- creating and managing emotional states of others
  • Anchoring -­- learning to press other peoples and your own buttons
  • Understanding stimulus and response
  • Circle of Excellence – coaching technique to generate a feeling of excellence and being highly capable
  • Circles of Positive Emotion – coaching technique to generate any positive emotion
  • Motivational coaching overview continued Class coaching
  • Integrating anchors – turning a negative emotion about a specific situation into a positive emotion Changing personal history – changing emotions of a past troublesome experience
  • Milton Erickson techniques and influencing speed of brain patterns to do NLP (continued.)
  • Motivational coaching overview continued
  • Looking through the eyes of love – creating self and appreciation for self
  • Metamodel – Information we delete, distort, generalize
  • Deep structure vs surface structure – Information we give/conscious vs don’t give/unconscious.
  • Metamodel – Uncover information that is not given
  • Metamodel – Uncover unconscious problems
  • Metamodel – Understand what is really the problem
  • Metamodel – Understand when there is and isn’t a problem
  • Metamodel – Turning something that is perceived as a problem, in to a non-­-problem or solution
  • Metamodel – Using questioning to resolve problems, negative emotion, and being “stuck.”
  • Well Formed Outcomes – Defining goals
  • Well Formed Outcomes – Setting goals
  • Well Formed Outcomes – Making unacceptable goals acceptable
  • Well Formed Outcomes – Making unachievable goals achievable
  • Well Formed Outcomes – Making the goal a reality
  • Eye Accessing – Reveal thought processes of others through the eyes
  • Eye Accessing – Questioning
  • Milton Erickson techniques and influencing speed of brain patterns to do NLP continued
  • Motivational coaching overview continued
  • Class coaching
  • TOTE – Eye Accessing to uncover faulty thinking strategies
  • TOTE – Eye Accessing uncover thinking strategies that work Class coaching
  • Strategies for learning, spelling, deciding, buying, selling, losing weight Strategies general
  • Milton Erickson techniques / inducing relaxation to perform NLP Milton Model – Language patterns to inspire
  • Milton Model – Language patterns to influence Milton Model – Language patterns to persuade
  • Milton Model – Language patterns to purposely create confusion in the brain
  • Milton Model – Language patterns to generate new possibilities, solutions, and ideas Milton Model – Language patterns to reduce brain frequency and induce a state of relaxation
  • Ericksonion techniques and influencing speed of brain patterns to do NLP Submodalities – Subjective experience and coding of the brain
  • Submodalities – How mind affects emotion Submodalities – Learning how to run your own mind and emotions
  • Submodalities – Coaching others to run their own mind and emotions
  • Motivational coaching overview continued
  • Class Coaching
  • Mapping across – Changing coding of the brain to turn negative emotions in to positive
  • Mapping across – Unresourceful states to resourceful states
  • Fear vs phobia – Understanding fears and phobias
  • Resolving fears – Overriding fear with neutral or positive emotion
  • Fast phobia cure – Neutralizing emotions to resolve phobias
  • Trauma relief procedure – Neutralizing emotions to relief trauma
  • SWISH – Changing habits and automated responses
  • SWISH – Swapping one mental construct for another
  • SWISH – Resolving habits like: nail biting, smoking, addiction, etc.
  • SWISH for motivation Parts work introduction & pattern and change work
  • Working with beliefs
  • Milton Erickson language patterns in submodalities
  • Motivational coaching overview
  • Course summary
  • Certification & wrap-­-up