This event will give participants a new perspective on effectively managing & leading in their relationships with other people. It will introduce some simple and effective techniques that can be taken away and used immediately, both personally and professionally to make an impact.
The event will focus on how concepts of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) can be used to help identify and focus on outcomes in order to be more effective, and also how to build effective, productive relationships and rapport.
NLP is a practical set of skills, techniques and attitudes for becoming more effective in life, both personally and professionally. It studies how our habitual patterns of thinking (Neuro), communication (Linguistics) and behaviour (programming) shape our unique experience of life and our interactions with other people.
By becoming more aware of your own habitual patterns and learning where, when and how to make small changes, you can begin to improve your results in whatever area of your life, career or relationships with others that you choose. By becoming more aware of these patterns in other people, you can also increase your ability to understand, influence and effectively engage with them.
NLP skills and methodologies are now widely used to improve outcomes in areas as diverse as Business, Health, Education, Politics, Community Development & Sport and NLP principles are at the heart of the Northern Ireland Programme for Government. Learning NLP has become an essential part of the toolkit for Leaders and Managers and for many Life, Executive and Leadership Coaches, Trainers and Consultants.
Michael Dunlop is a (twice) certified NLP Trainer and Master Practitioner. In addition to his Coaching and Professional Consultancy work, Michael is also a Visiting Lecturer at Ulster University; An Associate Consultant for the Health & Social Care Leadership Centre and has worked with some of Northern Ireland’s most recognisable organisations in the Public, Private and Community & Voluntary Sectors.
Michael is also the NI Ambassador for the Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ANLP), the Association for NLP Professionals.