Leadership & Executive
Many business leaders recognise the added value that NLP brings to a variety of business activities and they also value NLP for their own professional & personal development.
Leaders, Executives and Business Owners are always on the lookout for development opportunities that help them or their teams become more effective communicators, coaches, mentors, time managers, talent spotters, managers of change and people developers. What all Leaders and Managers have in common is their desire to better understand and support their teams to develop and to help them be the best they can be (and we’re all on the lookout for ways to get better results, more easily or effectively, right?).
What would you get if you combined a talented and skilful technical professional with a highly effective and capable Leader? – what you would get is someone who is extremely valuable to a business organisation as they would be able to use their technical expertise on an individual level while also providing direction and leadership at an organisational level. Everyone has the capability to be a leader, and in fact, we are all already leaders – constantly influencing the people and events around us – our friends, colleagues, team members, our ‘tribes’.
However, in organisations you often see technical professionals being promoted, and sometimes they struggle with the influencing, communicating and relationship building skills required to be a Business Leader or Manager (I’ve met many leaders and managers who admit that some of the more subtle, softer skills are not their forte). Our experience shows that those organisations who invest in the softer skills of the people they employ in managerial and leadership roles become more efficient, forward-looking and industry-leading. Incorporating NLP into your leadership toolbox will enable you to develop the skills, the outlook, and the behavioural flexibility with which to improve your performance in a world of flatter corporate structures, cross-functional responsibilities, complex relationships, stressed workforces, and local and remote team-working. To excel, the managers and leaders of today require subtle skills that include being able to motivate and really work to get the best out of the individuals they lead. It requires an additional skill set, that NLP can offer…