This book is a practical guide for executive coaches who would like to introduce elements of NLP into their coaching. NLP can be used to help individuals attain high performance in their lives and work, and this book allows practising coaches to utilise an NLP approach to achieve outstanding results for their executive clients.
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the presuppositions of NLP
Chapter 3 Creating rapport in coaching
Chapter 4 Relationships and the metamirror
Chapter 5 Building confidence and positive resource states
Chapter 6 Helping the client get the most from their life and career
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