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  • Title NLP - Skills for Learning
  • Author(s) Peter Freeth
  • Publisher: CGW (June 1, 2009)
  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • eBook: PDF (178 pages)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 095457480X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0954574802
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Book Description

This is a book about the application of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) in teaching, training and education. It is a book about NLP for trainers and a general introduction to NLP - all in one. If you're an experienced trainer or presenter and you want to find out, easily, how NLP can help you to transform your skills then this book is for you. This book is written from the outset to both teach and demonstrate the application of NLP as a learning tool.

There are ready made exercises for you and many ideas and applications that you can use right away. NLP - Skills for Learning is the ideal NLP trainer's book because it is written from many years experience both in training NLP at the Practitioner and Master Practitioner level, but also in applying NLP in business applications training.

Whilst this book was originally written for trainers, it also makes an ideal introduction to NLP for any reader and many people have bought it because it covers the fundamentals of NLP in way that is easy to read, understand and apply.

About the Authors
  • Peter Freeth has over twenty years' experience in using NLP to improve training in subjects from leadership and sales through to customer service and technical training. He has been developing innovative NLP applications for over 20 years and has delivered programs for a number of leading UK training organisations as well as bespoke corporate programs in the UK and world wide.
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