Key2Empowerment © 1st May 2014

Neuro Linguistic Programming

Communication Skills Workshop

The workshop includes :

Here students will develop the keys skills needed to engage and maintain good communication with another. Rapport is central to how we make an impact on others.

Being in the right state of mind for the task at hand aids success. The workshop will teach students how to manage this state within themselves and with others.

It is impossible to read someone’s mind and know what they are thinking. But it IS possible to know HOW they are thinking! The workshop will show students how to interpret eye movement and how to utilise that information to create even more effective communication and influence

Words have power. They can make you stronger, calmer more confident. They can also weaken you, confuse you and keep you awake at night. They can do all of this  and the vast majority of people do not realise the impact words are having on them every day. The workshop helps students to discover the power of words and how to use them!

Students are taught how to employ the above skills in a presenter context. Teachers, coaches, facilitators all benefit from the toolset this workshop provides.

NLP techniques enhances individuals performance in interviews. Students can ensure they remain calmer and more confident when attending interviews.

The workshop is geared to give attendees a ‘hands on’ understanding of a series of select processes that experience has shown to be extremely effective in mastering  interpersonal skills and persuasion.

The workshop has proven popular with teachers, sales personnel, health professionals, managers, counsellors, hypnotherapists and many others.

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This two day workshop gives the student the opportunity to explore and utilise the many key tools contained within Neuro Linguistics (NLP) as it pertains to communication.

Communication is central to every aspect of our daily lives. This workshop assists attendees to communicate more effectively with others and to better interpret the communication of others