Coaching With NLP For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 3, 2011 - Self-Help - 384 pages
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How to become an NLP practitioner?or supercharge your coaching skills with NLP

One of the most popular methods for helping people achieve their life aspirations?Neuro-Linguistic Programmming, or NLP, holds the key to remaking one's future. NLP encourages users to re-create the thought patterns common to those who excel, a process that helps gradually weed out negative or habitual thinking. Using the key elements of NLP?developing a coaching relationship, shedding light on patterns, managing emotional states, and shaping an agenda for change?this practical, inspiring guide offers the tools for helping your clients upgrade the quality of their personal or professional lives.

  • Reveals ten powerful coaching questions, ten traps to avoid in coaching, and ten ways to enhance your coaching skills
  • Offers tips on laying the foundation for success and quick win sessions
  • Insights on how to tap into passion and purpose?and making goals come alive
  • Methods for coaching yourself or your team and coaching through conflict
  • Other books by Burton: NLP For Dummies, NLP Workbook For Dummies, and Building Self-Confidence For Dummies

Ideal for those working towards becoming an NLP practitioner or master coach, Coaching with NLP For Dummies is a guidebook to life transformation?for both client and practitioner.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Introducing NLP Coaching
7
Gathering the Essential NLP Skills
25
Gathering the Essential NLP Skills 25 Chapter 3 Developing Your Coaching Alliances
47
Building Core Coaching Skills
69
Shaping the Agenda for Change 71 Chapter 5 Going for QuickWin Sessions
87
Getting Greater Clarity
103
Getting Greater Clarity 103 Chapter 7 Making Goals Come Alive
121
Working Through Drama Decisions
205
Coaching through Conflict
243
Smoothing Career Peaks and Troughs
257
Strengthening Relationships in Tough Times 207 Chapter 13 Moving through Lifes Disappointments 227 Chapter 14 Coaching through Conflict 243...
269
Shifting Experiences with Submodalities
285
Managing Emotional States
301
Connecting All Parts of a Person
317
Ten Powerful Coaching Questions
335

Deepening Your Awareness
137
Tapping into Passion and Purpose
151
Tuning into Values 139 Chapter 9 Tapping into Passion and Purpose 151 Chapter 10 Shedding Light on Patterns
171
Developing Better Strategies
185
Ten Traps to Avoid in Coaching
343
Ten Ways to Enhance Your Coaching Skills
351
Index
359
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Kate Burton is a leading international executive coach with a background in corporate communication in IT, and works with clients such as HP, KPMG and Microsoft. She brings her extensive knowledge of practical NLP approaches to enable leaders, teams and individuals to be the best they can be. She's also the bestselling author of four other Wiley books including Neuro-linguistic Programming For Dummies and Live Life, Love Work.

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