They can break away from complex habits like smoking, drinking or addictive behaviour. They can become better writers, presenters and communicators.
They can understand how to build rapport with a diverse range of people, learning to live or work more productively with others. Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies contains the essential building blocks of NLP as a menu for the newcomer.
The main themes centre on the NLP approach to goal setting; how we think - our mental strategies, how we manage emotional states and how we understand the world. For more experienced NLP readers, the book delves into the more advanced thoughts and techniques of leading experts such as Tad James in Time Line Therapy, Robert Dilts in Belief Change work and Shelle Rose Charvet in Language Patterns and Behaviour.
Table of contents : Introduction. Part I: Welcome to a Brave New World.
Chapter 1: NLP Explained. Chapter 2: Some Basic Assumptions of NLP.
Chapter 3: Taking Charge of Your Life. Part II: The Brain-s Highway Code.
Chapter 4: Who-s Steering the Bus' Chapter 5: Pushing the Communication Buttons. Part III: Winning Friends .
Influencing People. Chapter 6: Seeing, Hearing, and Feeling Your Way to Better Communication.
Chapter 7: Creating Rapport. Chapter 8: Understanding to Be Understood: Metaprograms.
Part IV: Opening the Toolkit. Chapter 9: Dropping Anchors.
Chapter 10: Sliding the Controls. Chapter 11: Changing with Logical Levels.
Chapter 12: Driving Habits: Uncovering Your Secret Programs. Chapter 13: Time Travel.
Chapter 14: Smooth Running Below Decks. Part V: Words to Entrance.
Chapter 15: Heart of the Matter: The Meta Model. Chapter 16: Hypnotising Your Audience.
Chapter 17: Stories, Fables, and Metaphors: Telling Tales to Reach the Subconscious. Chapter 18: Asking the Right Questions.
Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 19: Ten Applications of NLP.
Chapter 20: Ten Books to Add to Your Library. Chapter 21: Ten Online NLP Resources.
Chapter 22: Ten Movies That Include NLP Processes. Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Resource List. Appendix B: Rapport Building.
Appendix C: The Well-formed Outcome Checklist. Index.
Market Description : ? Individuals looking for a readable introduction to personal growth psychology ? Trainers who wish to explain NLP principles to students. ? NLP practitioners seeking a refresher course in the field as a whole, as opposed to their particular school of NLP.
About Author : Kate Burton consults on communication and change projects for hi-tech firms such as Hewlett-Packard, KPMG and Glaxo SmithKline. Her knowledge of NLP is driven by her fascination with the power of language in advertising, sales, and corporate communication.
Romila Ready is a personal change consultant. Her private practice specialises in applying the latest NLP thinking to stress management.
Her career includes spells in consulting across many cultures for multi-national companies and academic institutions(less)
Introduction: Applied Linguistic Approaches. 2.
The scope and application of grammar. 3.
Extending the scope: De-standardization. 4.
Extending the scope: Contextualization. 5.
Extending the scope: Semantics and pragmatics. 6.
Linguistic signification and Rhetorical value. 7.
Illocutionary acts in discourse. 8.
The rhetorical function of transformational rules. 9.
Theoretical perspectives. 10.
Pedagogic application. Bibliography.
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