Advanced Training and Presentation Skills
The first part of the NLP Trainers Training is suitable for those looking to begin on the path to becoming a certified NLP trainer or, equally well, for those who are looking to learn how to deliver presentations in an NLP format. It is otherwise known in NLP circles as Train the Trainer.
John Grinder, Carmen Bostic St Clair and Michael Carroll will teach you the most effective and up-to-date NLP training techniques enabling you to perform engaging, exciting and dynamic NLP presentations.
The outcome of this course is that you will be proficient in formulating and presenting training sessions using NLP to improve the involvement of the participants and ensure all learning is consolidated.
Module I can be purchased alongside Module II of the NLP Trainers Training as it sets a foundation for people aspiring to teach NLP. However, the course also works as a stand-alone module for those looking to base their presentations on an NLP model. This course is not a presentation course pretending to be Trainers Training, but the skills are relevant outside the NLP training field and can be transferred.
Stage fright and poor self confidence can be the undoing of any presenter. The support and ongoing feedback given by John, Carmen and Michael will combat these problems and instill you with a raised sense of self awareness, meaning you will be able to build instant rapport, even with difficult members of an audience. Utilising varied tones, physiology and a method of measuring how well your message has been understood by your audience are key attributes the training team will help you attain to help you achieve winning presentations.
Overview of Content on Module I
Trainer Self and State
- How you are as a trainer, what is your goal?
- Coping with the illusion or presence of stage fright
- Setting up an internal dialogue with the unconscious
- Triple description as a feedback loop
Rapport with your audience
- Addressing how to influence the conscious and unconscious mind of those in your audience
- Maintaining composure when answering difficult questions and keeping rapport positive
- Being able to read an audience and react accordingly
- Equipping yourself with an understanding of group dynamics, how individuals and groups interact with each other
Facilitation and Process of Learning
- The differences and purposes of a conscious and unconscious style
- Framing for the conscious and unconscious mind
- How to communicate with the unconscious mind of your audience
- The verbal content and delivery of your presentation
- Being prepared for what an audience member wants from an unusual question
- How to handle particularly difficult members of your audience including hecklers
- Distracting conscious mind with confusion states
- The function of multiple description
- Using multiple descriptions as a technique to be inspiring and charismatic
- How to prepare and format your mind for learning
- Producing models to aid long term recall and easy integration of applications shown to your audience
Physiology & Tonality
- How to be conscious of the effect your stance and presence has on your delivery
- How to increase your audiences interaction with your presentation through using different physiological styles
- Using tonal anchors to capture styles
Course style and design
- Knowing what kind of design to use and why
- Being aware of different kinds of design including:
- Chunking and sequencing sessions
- The Grinder 8 step format for training
- How to use metaphor to consolidate memory of your audience
- How to embed metaphors and use the seamlessly
- How to use nested loops and why
This course is not currently open to new bookings. If you would like more information on when this course will become available please call us on 0208 686 9952