- I knew some people I really liked and admired who had done the course and loved it - these people just had 'something about them' and I wanted it!
- I was unhappy with my current life/work situation but didn't know where to go or what to do
- I was fascinated by people: how they think, how they act, what makes them tick, and how to connect with others on a deeper level
So what is an NLP Diploma and how can it help me?
The NLP Diploma holds answers you don't even know you're looking for yet.
Without meaning to come across all mystical, it’s really hard to say what you'll take away from the course, because it depends so much on what you're bringing!
Even if you come with one particular outcome in mind, you'll almost definitely discover additional outcomes along the way.
Some outcomes that previous delegates have left with are:
- changing career/starting own business/securing promotion
- deepening relationships with kids/parents/significant others
- improving performance at work
- being a better manager/leader
- coaching others, either professionally, or family and friends
- improving physical and mental health
- increasing resilience, confidence and self-esteem
- learning all about people and how they function, think and communicate
Whatever your outcome, the course will enable you to discover more about what interests you, learn some exciting new tools and techniques, and deepen your personal development.
The next course is coming up in just a month’s time! Start 2023 off with a bang!
Friday 20th - Monday 23rd January 2023
You can sign up right now: Change Your Life with NLP (4-day Diploma)
You can join for the first 2 days as a Taster, or complete the full 4-day course to gain your NLP Diploma certificate. The course also forms the first module of the NLP Practitioner course – the other 3 modules are running throughout the spring.
I’ll admit, NLP is one of the worst-named things ever. No-one seems to know what it stands for, or means (Neuro-Linguistic Programming – which means very little to anyone, and sounds like something to do with computers!) So let me break it down for you.
What actually it is?
NLP is a type of coaching, personal development and for some, a way of being. It is used in many different fields, including:
- personal development
- communication training
- business/executive coaching
- sports coaching (including being used by Olympians)
- entertainment (think Derren Brown among others)
- life coaching
- therapy, including PTSD/depression/anxiety/stress/trauma
- health and wellbeing
- presentation/speaker training
- relationship coaching
- addiction treatment
The Name - Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Neuro – NLP looks at what goes in inside your head – how your brain receives and processes information and how this impacts your personality, memories, behaviour and experience. It also affects how we communicate with others, and how sometimes we can experience exactly the same event but come away with completely different memories of it.
Linguistic – the words we use, both with others and in our internal dialogue have a huge impact on our happiness and success. When we make small changes to the language we use, it can make huge differences to our impact in the world. Linguistics also looks at our body language and how we can position ourselves to feel more confident, more powerful, more friendly, more of anything you want!
Programming – as human beings, we run off a number of ‘programmes’ – ways of doing things that are repeated time and again. We will have programmes for tasks such as brushing our teeth, making a cup of tea, driving a car. We also run programmes for emotions, like how we do anger, or sadness or joy. Our programmes are our habits – when they serve us well, great – nothing needs to change. However, we all have some habits that are not serving us and NLP can help change these. (from biting nails to taking things too personally to comfort eating, and everything in between, NLP can help.)
Reasons you might want to join the NLP Diploma course:
Participants join the NLP Diploma for lots of different reasons. Here are just a few of them:
- Personal development – understanding yourself better
- Leadership Development – developing your leadership skills and become a better leader
- improve your relationships – with partner, kids, parents, etc.
- Learn how to practice self-care - getting out of being stuck in a rut, or finding some direction or purpose in life and looking after yourself
- Achieving your goals – any goal - health, fitness, hobbies, business etc
- Learn how to coach others - whether you already have coaching skills or not, NLP is a great discipline to add to your toolbox.
In the mean time, if this already sounds really interesting already, sign up now!
Change Your Life with NLP (4-day Diploma)