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  1. 1. NEUROLINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING By ANITA (141100634) Sem/Unit: VI/I
  2. 2. What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming? Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a highly effective discipline that enables you to think, communicate and manage yourself more effectively. It is the science and study of how language and the nervous system interact. Creating change with NLP involves altering this interaction to create the desired result. It is one of the most powerful skills used in sales, business management, psychology, sports, coaching and all forms of personal development. NLP has been described as “software for the brain. Our brains are like video recorders taking in information from our environment through our senses. The information is given meaning then stored to use in responding to every day events
  3. 3. Neuro-Linguistic Programming Neuro- All behavior stems from our neurological processes of sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch and feeling.
  4. 4. Neuro-Linguistic Programming Linguistic- Indicates that we use language to order our thoughts and behavior and to communicate with others
  5. 5. Neuro-Linguistic Programming Programming- Refers to ways we can choose to organize our ideas and actions to produce results
  6. 6. The purpose Understand body language Create rapport Improve interpersonal skills
  7. 7. NEUROLINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING This information determines how we do everything; including how successful we are in achieving our goals. Using NLP we are able to reprogram our minds to immediately transform these limiting beliefs and behaviors into new more successful strategies. This can instantly transform the way we think and behave.
  8. 8. Neurolinguistic Programming Skills  Developing rapport (simply communicating without thought/structure isn’t enough)  Communicate in the language of the other person
  9. 9. NLP and related subjects have their sceptics, particularly in terms of general classroom applicability and how NLP is commercially marketed as a method of self-improvement. NLP has been labelled a 'quasi science' and criticised on the grounds of lack of empirical studies, but there are sound reasons why NLP is compatible with current.  NLP is about recognising patterns.  NLP is concerned with process rather than content.  NLP provides a model of how we communicate with ourselves and others.
  10. 10. In NLP, information arrives via the senses, and ‘four modalities' are identified as ways that different individuals perceive the messages. These modalities are:  Visual Remembered  Visual Constructed  Auditory Remembered  Auditory Digital
  11. 11. http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/00003319.htm http://www.abundancetapestry.com/17-examples-of- classic-and-everyday-nlp-anchors/
  12. 12. Thank for attention

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