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Are you a director, manager or a company employee interested in using NLP to help improve your work life?

If so, NLP For Work – 10 NLP Attitudes To Improve Your Work Life (3947 words) is the guide for you.

It is an easy to understand, short and snappy guide that will teach you 10 Empowering and Enlightening NLP attitudes, which will:

1. Help you to improve the way you communicate with your colleagues, clients and partners.

2. Help you to stay resourceful and confident at work, particularly during challenging situations.

3. Help you to understand why people in the work place respond the way they do and how you can use this knowledge to increase your own performance.

You will also learn a powerful cognitive technique you can use today to install the NLP attitudes and completely reverse your approach in the work place for the better.

Published: Hiten Vyas on
ISBN: 9781311149657
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Introduction

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) can be defined as the study of human subjective experience. What this involves is looking at how humans behave and the underlying thoughts we have and which create various behaviours. It also provides methods for a person to increase their self-awareness and change their behaviour.

It can be used to model successful people. Take for instance a business person who is highly effective. She most likely has certain attitudes and beliefs as well as ways of thinking and emotions, which contribute to her success. By understanding the structure of these things another person can replicate the behaviours of the successful business person.

The NLP model was founded by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Let’s now look at the term Neuro-Linguistic Programming a bit more closely because within the words neuro, linguistic and programming we can see how the model