Neuro-Linguistic Programming Business Practitioner Course for £450 with Advance Forward HNLP (75% Off)
- Members of British Board of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Business specialists
- Five days of intensive training
- 6.5 hours each day
- Teaches how to read others' behavior and control own
- Aims to help improve memory and learning skills
- Specialising in business psychology
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking opens on 7 Jan 2012. Book online at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AdvanceForwardHNLPMarch. No cancellation policy. Max 20 per class. Course runs Mon-Fri 9.30am-4pm. Valid for DBH Business Centre, HU14 3HH only.
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Sometimes those who find it difficult to communicate end up talking in circles, though most people prefer a straight talker. Think outside the box with today’s Groupon: £450 for a neuro-linguistic programming business practitioner course with Advance Forward HNLP.
Helping individuals open the windows of their minds and let in some fresh air, Advance Forward HNLP champions the importance of communication in its role as a stalwart member of the Institute for Learning and the British Board of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. The expert team offer advice and coaching on how to make positive changes in life and business through a wide range of training programmes. Using various techniques, the team of dedicated tutors aim to help people alter stubborn mental and emotional patterns and forge fresh new attitudes, while providing a package of techniques to assist in interpreting others' behaviour.
In a five day course totalling around 30 hours and dedicated to giving folk an intensive boost in the ways of business, an NLP trained owl will pass on astute words of wisdom to eager minds. The course aims to give free thinkers a chance to stimulate and inspire others through sophisticated language patterns, as well as learning to recognise modes of behaviour. Topics will also cover improving memory with accelerated learning techniques, and how to read people effectively, which may come in handy during long train journeys. The course takes place Monday 12 to Friday 16 March, from 9.30am-4pm daily.