Experience Effect was very proud to present the NLP Open Master class to attendees who came along last night to learn more about the New Code NLP processes. Rebecca Mitchell from NLP Brisbane, a specialist in New Code NLP was our presenter and gave the audience a variety of processes and contexts in which they can be used.
Our audience was thoroughly delighted and had many different experiences of their own that they could keep and have for themselves into the future. They were from many different backgrounds with an equally diverse range of outcomes and applications that they came in search of. We had practising psychologists, workplace trainers, business analysts, nlp practitioners, past students, executive managers and more, so it was useful to see how each person got their own experience from the same processes. We had tremendous feedback and really do appreciate the willingness of the audience to participate.
We warmly welcome those that enrolled into the accredited programs on the night and look forward to getting into the training room with you to transfer these skills, so you too can affect change. And if you were unable to make the evening, fret not, for November Master Class will be on in no time. Register with NLP Brisbane here.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of presenting Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP) to around 30 medical doctors from the Southport and Robina hospitals. I was invited along by one of the Doctors there that had been exposed to the concept of NLP and was keen to give her peers a presentation to begin discussions on the benefits of introducing skills training in this area, relating to effective communications and process focused solutions. It was thoroughly enjoyable and stirred some intense feelings amongst some attendees around what some of their issues are based upon. I certainly appreciate them for having me there and applaude them on thier participation in the demonstrations. We covered a tremendous amount of ground and so I expect that attendees will have a lot of information sorting to do for themselves in their own time.
My own take away was watching the shift in the room as they realised that there were more options available to each doctor that they didn’t realise they had and that these were easily available and within their own control. That is always enjoyable to watch that discovery as a presenter and even more enjoyable for the audience to have. I look forward to hearing more of the results that will no doubt be achieved in the coming weeks.