NLP at Work: The Difference that Makes the Difference in Business

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Nicholas Brealey, 2002 - Business & Economics - 374 pages
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming is how we make sense of our world and learn how to make the world what we want it to be. With over fifty thousand copies sold worldwide, NLP at Work: The Differences that Makes a Difference in Business is one of the most popular books ever published on the practical skills of NLP. This book can make the difference in your success as a communicator and a leader at work. In this long-awaited revised edition, Sue Knight takes a fresh look at recent developments and adds new chapters on body language, metamessages, resolving conflict, high performance coaching, modeling, and hypnotic language. The basis of her clear, readable, and jargon-free approach is that the heart of NLP lies in modeling excellence, as this is the key to a successful business and successful living.

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One of the first books I read on NLP. Thick book with lots of great information. Read full review

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Sue Knight pioneered the use of NLP to improve the quality of the business world and is a leading international consultant and speaker. She provides public courses for NLP certification, in-company leadership development and training, one-to-one performance coaching and is a sought-after speaker at conferences worldwide. Visit Knight's Web site at

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