SETA: Decision number 0263
stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming and can be defined as ‘Programming
the language of the brain’. It has a wide range of application
and have been used successfully in the fields of psychology, training,
individual development and management. Some well-known gurus in the
field of NLP are Anthony Robbins and Mike Lipkin.
This programme is aimed at giving participants a basic introduction
to NLP and its application in the field of Management. Once this programme
is completed interested parties will be able to complete a full NLP
Practitioners Certification Programme.
Some of the practical NLP applications in management would be motivating
employees, facilitating optimal performance, dealing with conflict &
problem situations, and attaining organisational goals.
completion of this workshop the participant will understand the concept
and application of NLP and be able to apply basic NLP techniques within
the field of Management.
will achieve the workshop outcome by being able to:
a basic understanding of the NLP concept
at least three NLP techniques in the field of management
how to utilise the concept of ‘state management’ to get
how to use the ‘meta model’ to get employees to examine
their own frame of reference
NLP to assist employees in dealing with the stumbling blocks between
their current reality and the desired state of functioning
how to deal with a difficult employees through utilising NLP techniques
report with employees
NLP as technology to anchor performance
- All programme
materials and hand-outs
of certificate with credits on completion of the programme
keeping of all results and assessments in order for participants to
receive recognition for prior learning through the National Qualifications
is based on interactive learning, i.e. learners will learn by doing. Furthermore
learners will use examples from their own organisations, thus ensuring
that the learning is anchored at their workplace.
As with all DCT training programmes, we strive to effect actual change
back at the workplace through effective and practical outcomes based training.
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