Calling out for all NLP trainers, facilitators, practitioners & fellow students! This is a special opportunity to learn from the only man who participated in almost all of the activities during the early development of NLP - Frank Pucelik.
You will learn how NLP Modelling is developed, what modelling was done in the early ‘70s, how today’s approaches differ from what was done during the first 6 years, and much more!
The 6 skill sets that were used for modelling will be shown, discussed, and demonstrated by Frank Pucelik during this 3 days training. They are:
2. Complex equivalences
3. Meta Model
4. Representational systems
5. Systematic use of negation
6. Major Beliefs
The ability to build a measurable, verifiable model of change and/or excellence is a profound set of skills that few professional communicators have. You will see it presented and will practice them during this program. Modelling is far more useful, and can be far more simple and also far more complex, than most NLP folks have learned or use.
Frank will show what kind of information was considered valuable when modeling high performers. He will also show what differences there were when modelling clients with problems, as well as why these differences exist. Case histories will be presented for discussion and demonstrations will take place. Frank will do his best to tailor the program to the interests and issues that are most interesting and valuable to the participants.
Come see for yourself. It truly is the science of the obvious!