Sunday, December 11, 2011

Robert Dilts - Authentic Leadership

In the following clip Robert Dilts speaks about the differences between Management and Leadership. He makes distinctions that outline "Authentic Leadership" or Alpha Leadership.

I hope you enjoy watching as he simplifies his ideas on how an effective Leader manages themselves and their own "Inner Game" first.

Remember Internal words create Feelings and these feelings create actions, unconsciously these Actions over time become habitual.

Robert Dilts explains how with NLP we can change these processes.

We speak about self management often, if one is unable to manage ones self one will not be able to consistently show up and manage other people.

I hope you really enjoy the simple way Robert shares his ideas on this subject which are most often overlooked in people and organisations.

Robert also explains the significant energetic drains that will spread through teams, departments and even throughout a whole organisation as a result of overlooking these distinctions.

Specialized NLP Training can help organisations by training Execs and HR departments to understand how to qualify new Leaders and identify these qualities right from the beginning.

A company who invest in great leaders will become far more effective in the long run than companies who retain managers that lack the Self managed and motivated qualities threaded through and through a true leader.
People and companies can become far more resourceful in these challenging economic times as we begin to understand how this works, and plan accordingly.

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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Laughter changes brain chemistry

Did you know just by having a laugh you are changing your chemicals and you are connecting your physiology and mind which always is great to change your state.

Makes sense doesn't it since you immediately feel better, don't you.
I love a good laugh, here are some that make me smile and some that make my laugh hysterically.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

NLP| How to become more patient | NLP is Fun

The Ultimate Goal of NLP is to use Neuro linguistic programming to understand our and other peoples subjective reality.
As an NLP Practitioner we have multiple tools to improve our "Model of the world".
There are multiple patterns we can use to Align higher values with other people as well as maintaining our individuality.

This is effective communication. To be able to relate more and create rapport.
A necessary aspect of this is tolerance of other peoples beliefs.

People experience life differently and may not agree with you on every single thing.
When this happens compassion, tolerance and patience are very useful.

Could you do with a little more patience ?.
Perhaps we all can, To be patient and tolerant also equates to how flexible you can be.

Remember the person with the most flexibility wins
We are all different, and yet we also have lots of things in common.

Would you like to relate to other people who have different beliefs than us.
The more people we can relate to, the more effective we will be in our communication and in our life.

In any relationship Tolerance and patience is key.
Sometimes we are better at noticing when other people are not tolerant or patient. How about improving this in your own life too.

The more patient we become, the better we will feel.
Even within a group of people with shared values there is a definite call for patience and tolerance.
We can all benefit from a little more patience and tolerance at times.

This Pattern by Dr Richard Bandler is useful for extending patience and tolerance.
I have modified it slightly because NLP is fun when you make things work for yourself.
No one pattern will be the same for everyone.
You also can make adjustments that achieve your own desired results.

Step 1 
a) Think of a time you were very successful in demonstrating great patience, empathy and tolerance.
b) Begin to notice the feelings, and the direction they spin in naturally
c) Amplify the sensation as you become more aware of the spinning movement

Step 2
Think of a situation you would like to show more patience etc in next time

Step 3
a) Practice by spinning the feelings of Patience, Empathy and Tolerance and any other positive feeling which will help you to gain the desired state.
b) Engage all the senses of the challenge that usually pushes those buttons.
c) Continue to spin the pleasurable feelings despite any feelings of annoyance until they fade away.
d) Amplify the annoyance and play with shapes and sizes to see how it affects the whole mood.
e) Keep going until the feelings are all pleasure.
f)  Top it off by Internally noting how good natured you are as a reward

Step 4
Continue to rehearse mental and physical drills often before the event, it will become second nature to your mind to access these states the more familiar they become.

Step 5
Add a Physical movement to the process, an anchor, this will help you to "Flip a switch to the desired behavior" as soon as you become aware of the need.

Step 6
Adjust and add more or less of the bits that seem right for you, make this pattern your own and have fun with it.

The clearer you get with your intentions, the more the unconscious mind will know exactly what you mean. And the more associated you will become to your outcomes.

If you like this NLP Blog then be sure to share it with more people who will benefit too.
There are over 200 more Empowering articles to enjoy and remember NLP is Fun so enjoy the whole experience.
Thanks for reading, Speak soon.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Mix and Mingle with us this Sunday

We will be having an Informal Mix and Mingle on Sunday December 4th come and ask questions meet others, Network discuss and enjoy a wine tasting with us, This is all complimentary.
bring your friends and find out more about the types of meeting we have.
Make new suggestions and in general mix and mingle with other interesting people.
We look forward to seeing you and having a blast for the years end.
I will be in the Total Wine Education room at Boca Park 2pm - 4pm for those of you who want to come and discuss issues, Hang out with some cool people, ask advise and more.
I look forward to seeing you there.