My good friends Neil Lloyd and Claire Raikes are District Leaders for Link4Growth, a new networking group that covers the UK, now including south Wales. The events are open to everyone with no membership fee, the only ask is to turn up and buy a drink.
I went to the second event yesterday, which was a meet for coffee in Chapter Arts Centre. The outcome? I have further developed a concept that has been buzzing in my brain for months, I’ve found a new venue for training courses and I’ve made a new business contact who wants to meet up soon. I had a good laugh too. All in all, worth the price of a cup of coffee.
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Neil Lloyd and I have been running the NLP Coaching Course since early summer (if you can call it a summer, this year) and we’ve been really pleased with the response and feedback.
Potential delegates have been asking about what they will learn during the course and what they can do with the techniques.
The two day course covers rapport, personality styles, values, language patterns and goal setting amongst other things. Neil and I love the challenge of thinking on our feet, so there are lots of added extras as questions come up during the two days.
I’m very keen on floor work, which means walking through situations and possible outcomes; I know when I explain this to delegates they are doubtful, until they try it out for themselves! We do most of this work on the second day as you can almost see brains going into overdrive as they process new thought patterns.
Why is it worthwhile doing the course? It’s great for coaching professionals to get new prespectives, though I would recommend it to anyone who is at a crossroads and wondering what to do next with their lives. The personality style exercises give a huge understanding of what makes you happy and what seems like hard work.
As the two days dive deep into the subconscious, it’s fabulous to see the group bonding through shared experience. We also have a great laugh!
This blog post is just a flavour of what the two days will give you, please get in touch with me to talk it through further.