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Kate Burton is an NLP coach and trainer who enables individuals and organizations to focus their energy effectively. Her business career began in corporate advertising and marketing with Hewlett-Packard. Since then she has worked with many varied businesses across industries and cultures on how they can be great communicators. What she loves most is delivering custom-built training and coaching programmes. She thrives on supporting people in boosting their motivation, self-awareness and confidence. Her belief is that people all have unique talents, abilities and core values. The skill is about honouring them to the full.
Part I: Welcome to a Brave New World.
Chapter 1: NLP Explained.
Chapter 2: Some Basic Assumptions of NLP.
Chapter 3: Taking Charge of Your Life.
Part II: The Brain’s Highway Code.
Chapter 4: Who’s Steering the Bus?
Chapter 5: Pushing the Communication Buttons.
Part III: Winning Friends . . . Influencing People.
Chapter 6: Seeing, Hearing, and Feeling Your Way to Better Communication.
Chapter 7: Creating Rapport.
Chapter 8: Understanding to Be Understood: Metaprograms.
Part IV: Opening the Toolkit.
Chapter 9: Dropping Anchors.
Chapter 10: Sliding the Controls.
Chapter 11: Changing with Logical Levels.
Chapter 12: Driving Habits: Uncovering Your Secret Programs.
Chapter 13: Time Travel.
Chapter 14: Smooth Running Below Decks.
Part V: Words to Entrance.
Chapter 15: Heart of the Matter: The Meta Model.
Chapter 16: Hypnotising Your Audience.
Chapter 17: Stories, Fables, and Metaphors: Telling Tales to Reach the Subconscious.
Chapter 18: Asking the Right Questions.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: Ten Applications of NLP.
Chapter 20: Ten Books to Add to Your Library.
Chapter 21: Ten Online NLP Resources.
Chapter 22: Ten Movies That Include NLP Processes.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Resource List.
Appendix B: Rapport Building.
Appendix C: The Well-formed Outcome Checklist.
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