Action NLP Leadership Skills for Achieving Influence

During our two-day training you will have the opportunity to learn the skills of effective communicators and influential persons, using powerful NLP principles. For business people it is not only necessary to clearly express their messages, but also to recognize how different conversational partner respond to their communication. With powerful questions, focused on solutions, you will be able to find out the motivational strategy of your conversational partner and present your ideas in a successful manner.

You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can't get them across, your ideas won't get you anywhere.

Lee Lacocca

Program Duration: 2 days

Key advantages:

  • Developing flexibility and effectiveness in communication
  • Overcoming previous unsolvable situations
  • Using inspirational speech principles and creating influence
  • Successful representation of ideas and company’s vision

Main areas:

  • Creating a climate of trust (building rapport, pacing and leading - NLP terms)
  • Understanding different communication styles and ways of verbal expression when using different communication styles
  • Identifying non-verbal communication components: body language and tone of voice for more accurate interpretation of congruency of verbal and non-verbal messages between conversational partners
  • Influence of psycho-geography and power of non-verbal communication
  • Managing  personal states and achieving desired resource state  in challenge situations
  • Identifying personal and different possible motivation strategies
  • Using NLP Meta Program to overcome previous unsolvable situations
  • Decision-making criteria and Dickens’s Model of Influence
  • Asking powerful questions to direct communication towards useful solutions
  • Inspirational speech and language patterns for building positive attitude and unconscious agreement
  • Action NLP 10 steps technique for achieving  influence and overcoming barriers
  • Identification of key situations and creation of the personal action plan

Examples of exercises and additional tools:

  • Locus of Control Scale (LCS) - Self-assessment Questionnaire
  • Personal Conflict Style (PCS) – Self-diagnostic Questionnaire
  • Action personal development plan