NeuroLinguistic Programming - basic skills
1. Behavioural integration of the basic presuppositions of NLP:
- The ability to change the process by which we experience reality is more often valuable than changing the content of our experience of reality.
- The meaning of your communication is the response you get.
- All distinctions human beings are able to make concerning our environment and our behaviour can be usefully represented through the visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, olfactory, and gustatory senses.
- The resources an individual needs to effect a change are already within them.
- The map is not the territory.
- The positive worth of the individual is held constant, while the value and appropriateness of the internal and/or external behaviour is questioned.
- There is a positive intention motivating every behaviour; and a context in which every behaviour has value.
- There is no Failure, only feedback – All results and behaviours are achievements, whether they are desired results for a given task/context or not.
2. Establish and maintain rapport
3. Verbal & Nonverbal Pacing & Leading
4. Verbal and Nonverbal Elicitation of Responses
5. Calibrating through Sensory Experience
6. Representational Systems (Sensory Predicates and Accessing Cues)
7. Milton Model, Meta Model
8. Elicitation of Well-Formed Goals, Direction, and Present State
9. Overlapping and Translating Representational Systems
10. Eliciting, Installing & Utilising Anchors in all sensory systems
11. Ability to Shift Consciousness
12. Sub-modalities (utilising including Timelines, Belief Change, Swish Patterns, etc.)
13. Omni Directional Chunking
14. Accessing and Building Resources
15. Content & Context Reframing
16. Creating & Utilising Metaphors
17. Strategy Detection, Elicitation, Utilisation, And Installation
18. Flexibility of Behaviour and Attitude