• NLP Future Pacing with More Power

    NLP Future Pacing with More Power
    This article is a transcript of the following video:So, how to give a little bit more to your future pacing. A lot of people, when they’ve just learned Practitioner, they kind of look at future pacing more like solidifying it in the brain, stuff like that. But there’s a huge opportunity there.
    For instance, you could use an anchor alongside it, as well as 4-tupling the experience, to truly associate someone in their future, like reaching a goal or something like that, to really focus
  • The New Face of Change Management

    The New Face of Change Management
    What does change management look like in your organization today?
    Leaders and managers are testing their assumptions and abilities in managing change as organizations, lines of business, and teams are asked to quickly pivot in their roles and responsibilities. Many employees are being asked to take on additional work, perform new tasks, work in new environments, or under increasing pressure. Everyone is affected.
    Even in times of crisis, a swift, top down approach to manage change simply doesn&
  • NLP Future Pacing

    NLP Future Pacing
    This article is a transcript of the following video:So stepping into a 10-day cleanse, one thing that I have been doing a lot in preparation of the cleanse (and I plan to continue to do during the cleanse) is to imagine exactly what I would see, hear, and feel when the cleanse is over, what I would see in the mirror, how I would feel on the inside, etc. Associating into that moment in time, visualizing exactly what I would see, hear, and feel, is a huge way to set up the unconscious mind to actu
  • The Best Business Strategy for Crisis Recovery

    The Best Business Strategy for Crisis Recovery
    If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.~ John Quincy AdamsAs a leader, what strategy are you using for crisis recovery?
    Strategy has become top of mind for business leaders. Too be sure, we are faced with incredible hurdles, many of which are outside of our control. As a result, many leaders have taken drastic measures.  
    On May 8, 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported their findings from two monthly surveys: househo
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  • NLP: Is Someone Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic?

    NLP: Is Someone Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic?
    This article is a transcript of the following video:Students often ask me how I know if my client is visual, auditory, or kinesthetic, which is usually a question that I reveal throughout the training to them when they start.
    So yeah, of course you can listen for the predicates, visual, auditory, or kinesthetic words. You can watch their eye accessing. Someone who’s visual will do more visual eye accessing. Someone who’s more auditory will do more auditory eye accessing, and somebody
  • Tough Times, Wise Decisions

    Tough Times, Wise Decisions
    In a time when “flattening the curve” requires universal participation, when, how, and who to re-open requires wise decisions. Wise business leadership is needed more than ever before.
    There’s no shortage of talks, posts, or tweets on our need for wise, capable leaders who pursue the common good; who balance big-picture thinking with next-step management. But predicting outcomes becomes much more complex as systems and people interact in unexpected ways.
    We need our leaders to
  • NLP: How Does Bad Behavior Work?

    NLP: How Does Bad Behavior Work?
    This article is a transcript of the following video:I was thinking the other day about positive intentions. A lot of times we can get angry at our own behavior or that of other people, and of course an imporant step is forgiveness, but I think another important piece is understanding. Instead of getting angry at somebody’s behavior, another option that you could choose is finding out what the positive intention is motivating that behavior as the presupposition of NLP says.
    For instance, so
  • ‘What or Who’ is the Best Type of Business Coach to Help You?

    ‘What or Who’ is the Best Type of Business Coach to Help You?
    by Martin Goodyer (UK) There is one particular style of business coach that you might want to think about - the one that's guaranteed to deliver a terrific return on your investment. The truth is, 'Business Coaching' can mean anything you want it to mean. There is no single academic 'agreed definition', instead just
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  • 8 Tips to Help Manage People Better

    8 Tips to Help Manage People Better
    by Anne Bachrach (USA) The success of a small business depends hugely on the employees. If they are not committed to the goals and do not put in their best efforts, achieving success can be extremely difficult and maybe impossible. Even if you have achieved considerable success till now, sustaining it in the future
    The post 8 Tips to Help Manage People Better appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • 7 Top Tips To Creating A Success Mindset In Your Biz

    7 Top Tips To Creating A Success Mindset In Your Biz
    by Ruby McGuire (UK) When we set up in business it goes without saying that we want to be successful. What can happen is that success does not come as quickly as you hope and self-doubt starts to creep in. You start to wonder if it’s even possible to be successful running a coaching
    The post 7 Top Tips To Creating A Success Mindset In Your Biz appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • How to Make the Most of your Day

    How to Make the Most of your Day
    by Charlotte Smith (USA) We all have 24 hours in a day, but how are some people so much more productive than others and seem to effortlessly get things done? Over the years I have fine-tuned my productivity and planning skills, and I wanted to share with you this process which really helps me
    The post How to Make the Most of your Day appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Being and Coaching Mastery

    Being and Coaching Mastery
    QUARTERLY COLUMN by Dr. Keith Merron (USA) Many will tell you that the keys to being a great coach have all to do with a specific set of skills such as listening, artfully offering feedback, reflecting back well, etc., and I might agree. Still further, many will offer you a wonderful set of tips
    The post Being and Coaching Mastery appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • What Coaches Need to Know About Team Flow

    What Coaches Need to Know About Team Flow
    by Kate Hammer (UK) A new monograph from Springer Briefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research called Team Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Collaboration (2019) contains important findings for coaches, especially those who work on-site with members of a common team. Two leading psychological researchers – Jef J.J. van den Hout, PhD and
    The post What Coaches Need to Know About Team Flow appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • 4 Core Essentials to Attracting Clients

    4 Core Essentials to Attracting Clients
    and Cash Consistently In Your Coaching Business by Yasmin Vorajee (Ireland) When I started out in business, I knew nothing. Even though I had worked in corporate for 12 years, when it came to my own business, I did not have a clue on how to market or sell my services. I was busy
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  • Before Building Your Business, Look at Yourself

    Before Building Your Business, Look at Yourself
    by Divya Parekh (USA) ‘Ready! Fire! Aim’ No, the above is not a typo. We have all seen countless movies or TV shows to know the correct expression when shooting something is ‘Ready…Aim…Fire!’ After all, it would be pointless aiming when the shot has already gone off. In my work, helping other coaches improve
    The post Before Building Your Business, Look at Yourself appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Mental Toughness for Smarter Business Development

    Mental Toughness for Smarter Business Development
    by Anna Golawski (UK) Working environments today are fast-paced, constantly changing and result in ever increasing demands placed on employees to manage a multitude of tasks and demands which can result in high levels of work related stress. Although the focus of stress in the working environment and its impact on employees is an
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  • Organisational Change, its Impact and the Role of a Coach A Personal Experience

    Organisational Change, its Impact and the Role of a Coach A Personal Experience
    by Anna M Stapleton, IAPC&M Master Coach (UK) During my 20 year career in the corporate world, I experienced joy and desperation. I experienced two mergers and went from being able to make day to day decisions to having to ask for two signatures before I could order some stationery. It had become very
    The post Organisational Change, its Impact and the Role of a Coach A Personal Experience appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Techniques to Build your Coaching Business

    Techniques to Build your Coaching Business
    by Marta Samson (UK) Do you dream of starting your own business? I know the feeling deep inside when you want to design a coaching business. You might say to yourself it is a saturated industry, but I say there is room for everyone, do you believe that? I think so and there are
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  • NLP: Making Long Term Decisions

    NLP: Making Long Term Decisions
    This article is a transcript of the following video:How do you do long-term decisions? Well, it depends of course. As you may have learned in NLP Master Practitioner, there are toward-motivated people that are motivated by what they can attain, by things that go right, and there are away-motivated people that are propelled from what they don’t want to have, or they want to move away from so to speak.
    I think when you make a decision you may want to consider how it impacts your life next we
  • Every Coach Should be Trained in Mindfulness

    Every Coach Should be Trained in Mindfulness
    by Karolina Little (USA) Coaching is a profession that requires specific competencies, skills and techniques. Best coaches constantly work towards mastering their approaches and tools, learning and exploring more and more so as to offer the best combination for each particular client. The more tools and techniques we master, the more confident and tangible
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  • How Anger Coaching can Resolve Conflict in Relationships

    How Anger Coaching can Resolve Conflict in Relationships
    by Tanya Heasley (UK) When couples communicate their anger positively, their relationship will grow positively too. While this may be true, many of us struggle to express our anger properly, let alone communicate it positively. However, two main reasons for divorce, is lack of communication and constant arguing, and yet, two or more people
    The post How Anger Coaching can Resolve Conflict in Relationships appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • How to Cultivate Realistic Hope

    How to Cultivate Realistic Hope
    In times of uncertainty, we often turn to the news media, leaders, and experts for answers. Conflicting reports weaken our trust, creating more uncertainty. As more bad news continues to stream in, we turn away.
    To distract ourselves from intrusive ruminations, nagging guilt, loss, and trauma, we seek relief. Many of us use distraction techniques: we focus our attention for two minutes on a pleasant memory, image, or even a focus on our breath.
    However, some of our distraction behaviors do more
  • NLP for the Right Food Choice

    NLP for the Right Food Choice
    This article is a transcript of the following video:Every NLP training, I interview one person as to what their strategy is for choosing the right meal, and this is someone who does incredibly well naturally in weight management. I can guarantee you that some of the steps that I have found are not steps that are taken by people that aren’t very good in weight management. They have other strategies.
    Now the strategy of a whole of one person to the next may be a little bit different. There a
  • NLP Internal and External Reference

    NLP Internal and External Reference
    This article is a transcript of the following video:An important NLP meta program which is not the same as the meta model, the met programs are taught in NLP Master Practitioner, is the internal reference and the external reference.
    An internally-referenced person, if they need to determine whether or not they have done a good job or if they are doing the right thing, they use their own standards. An externally-referenced person, they tend to go by the standards that other people set for them. R
  • Great Leadership in Times of Crisis

    Great Leadership in Times of Crisis
    The men and women in charge of our organizations are now faced with unchartered challenges: leading their organization through a global pandemic. In this time of crisis, most leaders are doing their best to step up and inspire people to do their best. And they’re doing a great job.
    One of the challenges is the evolving new normal. Rapidly changing guidelines, mandates, and infrastructure require continual monitoring and adjustments. Leaders are in a constant state of discovery, decision ma
  • NLP Technique: Fear

    NLP Technique: Fear
    This article is a transcript of the following video:I got a question in from a student that I trained a couple of years ago in Amsterdam, an NLP Practitioner Motivational Coach, and she had a long-term client that she had already tried many NLP Practitioner techniques with. Now the client presented a small fear they wanted to work on with a quick and dirty, less than a minute tool that the client could actually use on the spot as well, not just within the coaching session. The client is highly v
  • EQ Training: Using NLP to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

    EQ Training: Using NLP to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence
    EQ training is often mentioned separately from NLP training, while really both go hand in hand. While NLP is the study of the successful, EQ is a scientific study to determine how people can increase their success. When we read Steven Covey’s habits of highly successful people, we see both NLP training and EQ training techniques beautifully married as part of his best-selling work.While your IQ is fixed at birth, our EQ can increase.
    What is EQ or Emotional Intelligence?EQ is about having
  • Video 2 - 10 Things to Keep in Mind When Going Virtual, with Jennifer Britton

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  • When Your Values Shift

    When Your Values Shift
    Everyone knows how important it is to “know yourself,” yet how often do we reflect on why we do what we do? (Or for that matter, what we did?) Do we really understand our motives and values?
    Before we even graduate from high school, most of us have participated in interest inventories and career aptitude tests. By the time we graduate from college, our interests, studies, and skills have aligned. We anticipate we’re on a path best suited for our personality, talents, and educat
  • 5 Ways to Get Free NLP Training with Global NLP Training

    5 Ways to Get Free NLP Training with Global NLP Training
    It may surprise you, but a question we get a lot is if we offer free NLP training. When I first got the question, it shocked me, along with every person who managed our back-office. Some people feel entitled, others state reasons such as not having the money, or being from a particular country, or being a victim of something.
    I completely understand how it feels frustrating that NLP is “so expensive.” That’s a matter of opinion, as one technique in training can already be the v
  • Jazz Music & Coaching – The Art of Improvisation

    Jazz Music & Coaching – The Art of Improvisation
    by Malcolm Nicholson (UK) At first sight, jazz music and executive coaching may seem to be rather strange bedfellows – and not words you often see in the same sentence! However, a deeper dive shows that there are indeed many, many similarities between the two respective arts (or professions?) Let’s have a look at
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  • Group Conflict Are Debates Healthy?

    Group Conflict Are Debates Healthy?
    by Gary Gasaway (USA) Many of the executives that I have coached, typically possess differences of opinion regarding their role in group debates. These debates are usually taking place in a group setting such as a staff meeting. As a coach, I ask these executives questions regarding how to handle certain conflictive situations, with
    The post Group Conflict Are Debates Healthy? appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • 4 Tips to Communicate Effectively with Clients

    4 Tips to Communicate Effectively with Clients
    by Anne Bachrach (USA) While many business owners believe they communicate effectively with clients, the reality is that few professionals know how to communicate effectively with clients to get the desired results. Effective communication with clients may seem like the least of your worries when you are running your own business, but it is
    The post 4 Tips to Communicate Effectively with Clients appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Leading Change- A Practical Guide for Change Agents

    Leading Change- A Practical Guide for Change Agents
    by Rodney L. Jones (USA) The book entitled, ‘Leading Change- A Practical Guide for Change Agents’, by Dr. Peggie W. Koon, is one of the best reads in my professional career. This book offers detailed professional life stories from Dr. Peggie Koon and others, which are relatable and understandable. In reading this book, I
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  • Gamification—The Secret That is Revolutionising The Future of Leadership

    Gamification—The Secret That is Revolutionising The Future of Leadership
    by Brenda Jacobson (Canada) The future is here. It blew in like a storm and has completely changed the business environment. I spent two decades as a financial executive and business strategist and I saw the world change—A LOT. It is not just that the world is changing—everyone expected that. It is the speed
    The post Gamification—The Secret That is Revolutionising The Future of Leadership appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Supporting Remote Professionals via Group and Team Coaching

    Supporting Remote Professionals via Group and Team Coaching
    by Jennifer Britton (Canada) Remote work is growing. With benefits ranging from the enhanced flexibility, to reducing carbon footprints, to providing support for caretaker activities, remote work is becoming more commonplace in organisations. With this in mind, coaches will want to consider how to provide support for virtual leaders and team members, remote groups,
    The post Supporting Remote Professionals via Group and Team Coaching appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Leading Through Change: The Alpha Group Approach To Change Management

    Leading Through Change: The Alpha Group Approach To Change Management
    by Iulia Sorescu (Romania) One of the most valued skills for the future is the adaptability to change. Stability and predictability, as prerequisites for business functionality are long gone. And how can individuals and businesses alike aim for stability and predictability in times of Black Swans?[1] ‘The Impact of Highly Improbable’ in the business
    The post Leading Through Change: The Alpha Group Approach To Change Management appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Supporting the Lone Ranger

    Supporting the Lone Ranger
    by Graham Borley (UK) The nature of work has changed for many people and increasing numbers are now at least part time home or remote workers. Growing numbers are taking advantage of changes in employer attitudes and technological advances that are facilitating disparate workforces with more options for home and remote working. In the
    The post Supporting the Lone Ranger appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Well-being at Work: Why is Well-being so Important?

    Well-being at Work: Why is Well-being so Important?
    by Galia Yakimova (UK) Most of us would acknowledge that work is good for us. Alongside that all-important income, our jobs give us a sense of purpose, identity, structure and valued friendships. But what if the work begins to affect our well-being? Firstly, what do we know as the meaning of well-being? ‘Well-being is
    The post Well-being at Work: Why is Well-being so Important? appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • Why Change?

    Why Change?
    by Dr. Peggie W. Koon (USA) According to Spencer Johnson in his book, Who Moved My Cheese, the ‘cheese is always moving.’ In other words, we know change is occurring around us constantly. Spencer’s character Haw made the following observations about change, which are referred to as ‘The Handwriting on the Wall’: Change Happens
    The post Why Change? appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • The Psychologically Safe Imperative: Applaud Employees for Speaking Out

    The Psychologically Safe Imperative: Applaud Employees for Speaking Out
    by Graham Williams and Prof Justin Kennedy (South Africa) Shut Up or Speak Up Work Spaces? In workplaces that employees feel are caring, fair and reliable; know that they are appreciated, belong and are free to fully express themselves, may safely engage and contribute their views and concerns without any fear of backlash or
    The post The Psychologically Safe Imperative: Applaud Employees for Speaking Out appeared first on International Coaching News.
  • 5 NLP Meta Model Practice Games Using the Global NLP Training Cards

    5 NLP Meta Model Practice Games Using the Global NLP Training Cards
    In a previous article, we wrote about our NLP Meta Model cards and added three different card games for you to start practicing with. In this article, we will give you five more games!
    Check-out the previous article: The Meta Model Card Game | New NLP TrainingTo order the meta model cards, head over to our printer’s store here.
    NLP Metal Model Game – Using News Sources
    Needed: Coach Cards, some news sources like a newspaper, magazine, or TV programMode: Single playerConsider the NLP
  • What is the Difference Between NLP and Hypnosis?

    What is the Difference Between NLP and Hypnosis?
    This article is a transcript of the following video:So I got a question in from a former student in San Diego. Hi. The question was, what’s the difference between NLP and hypnosis. I actually think that the difference is quite big but it depends on the definition. Now, unfortunately, hypnosis doesn’t really have a good definition that I’ve ever seen, nor does NLP because both are something that you need to do and experience. Also there are many different schools of hypnosis out
  • Leadership in the Time of Disruption

    Leadership in the Time of Disruption
    In the past decade, we’ve seen remarkable innovations and extraordinary technological advancements change the way we live, play, and conduct business. The most notable innovations are the direct result of disruptors: leaders who changed the game. They learned to innovate more quickly, cheaply, and with less risk.
    But this is no easy feat, especially in today’s accelerated environment.
    For many, disruption causes anxiety, fear, and leads to disruption fatigue.
    Ignoring the problem, or
  • The Meta Model Card Game | New NLP Training

    The Meta Model Card Game | New NLP Training
    NLP training differs from company to company, yet surprisingly enough, most NLP trainers don’t really deviate much as to how they teach the Meta Model. This is a shame because all that happens then is NLP trainers follow the example of their trainers. And it gets stuck there; we bring our history of learning into our teaching.
    I have taken NLP training with 5 different companies, and the teaching of the Meta Model and the Milton Model frustrated me. Surely, this could be taught in a fun wa
  • How to Use Your NLP Training to Change Habits Effectively

    How to Use Your NLP Training to Change Habits Effectively
    More on habits from team Global NLP Training! Last week we covered more in-depth on how the “habit loop” works.
    Read: How Habits Work & How to Change Them
    This week we are going to delve more into the world of NLP training.
    Step 1: Understanding the Cue
    It is of crucial importance to understand the cue. You could use the NLP Meta Model questions. For those of you who have not taken NLP training, here are a few questions that could apply here:What specifically is the cue?
    How do y
  • How Habits Work and How to Change Them | Life Coach Training

    How Habits Work and How to Change Them | Life Coach Training
    In a life coach training using NLP, many tools are taught that can facilitate changing (or quitting) a habit. Some habits can be changed with one technique or intervention, and others need more, and more frequent, reinforcement.
    Now some answers are evident as to how to use NLP or life coaching techniques in quitting a habit:You could set a goal in doing so.
    You can use the meta model to discover the strategy behind the habit, and meta-model the strategy behind the habit you would like to have i
  • The Matter of Likeability

    The Matter of Likeability
    Navigating the lightning-pace of the 21st Century is not always an easy task, even with technological advances. Those who excel are skilled in decision making, forming emotional bonds, and influencing others. It often comes down to a matter of likeability.
    Peruse any book store and you can find a plethora of titles encouraging us to care less about what others think; to not give a [email protected]#$. This recent trend reveals our vulnerability to conforming, people pleasing, and lacking healthy boundaries. Bu
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