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Smruthi Simha

Describe.
In a few words or a sentence describe

The best team you have worked in

How you make decisions

How you know you have done a good job


What is NLP?

Neuro Linguistic Programming


(NLP) is a methodology to
understand and help change
human behavior patterns,

These patterns are otherwise


known as programmes.
Where did NLP come
from?
. And

Richard Bandler John


Grinder
In the 1970s two men (the co-creators of NLP)
became curious as to how some highly successful
therapists were able to consistently achieve that

success. They wanted to find out HOW


they were achieving their successes rather than

WHY they were doing what they did.


NLP MODELS

Richard Bandler and John Grinder created the


following models:

Meta Model

Milton Model

Modeling Excellence
TYPES OF META MODELLING
We leave some aspects because we do
not have the words to express them.
DELETI Eg: Mistakes were made. Who made
ON the mistake?

We generalize when we take an


example to represent a whole
Generali group
zation Eg: I will never get this right.

How we change our experience


Distorti Eg : its going to change my world
on
CATEGORIES OF DISTORTION

PRESUPPOSITI INTERPRETA
BLAMERS
ON TION

She makes I know you Maybe you


me feel so did it. are right.
small.
CONCEPT OF MODALITIES

When we experience the world,


We create internal maps of it & use those maps to
our personal thinking & action especially with other
people.

This experience in NLP is based on our five senses.

Visual (Images)
Auditory (Sounds)
Kinesthetic (Touch And Internal feelings)
Gustatory (Tastes)
Olfactory (Smells)
Understanding Our Representational
Systems
Our Representational Systems =
Our Senses

We rely on all our senses to receive


information from the outside world :-
We tend to develop one sense more
than others ;
We develop a preference for one
type of learning style;
Our most developed pathway to the
Understanding Our Representational
Systems
The Five Main Systems:
* The Visual system:
How we create our internal pictures, visualize,
daydream, fantasize & imagine.
* The Auditory system:
Auditory thinking is often a mixture of words &
other sounds
* The Kinesthetic system:
Made up of our internal & external feelings of
touch and body awareness. The Emotions are
also included.
* The Olfactory system:
Remembered & created Smells
* The Gustatory system :
Remembered & created Tastes
Eye Accessing Cues
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Outcome thinking

Sensory awareness
4 Pillars of NLP
NLP

Ecology

Rapport

Behavioural flexibility
Outcome thinking

Information
4 Pillars of PM
PM

Trust

Relationships

Behavioural flexibility
Maps and filters
Maps and Filters

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Indian??...

Eskimo??...
Matching. . .