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Understanding Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) – using key tools to enhance personal and team performance

Presented by: Billy Rae

Date: 9th June 2017

Time: 9.45am - 4.45pm

Cost: First place £105. Additional places £75

Includes: Lunch & Refreshments

Target Audience: Anyone who want to problem solve and build their resilience when under pressure using NLP.

Course Outline:

NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) is a set of concepts which illuminates how we individually view and make sense of the world around us.

Based on the premise that we have thoughts, that produce feelings, which in turn create behaviours - how can we ensure that out thoughts are positive when all studies of individual mind chatter show these to be overwhelmingly negative? After all as thinking human beings we have a choice and NLP enables us to harness positivity and reframe our view of the world in order to be at our best.

This one day course will cover:

•Understanding the key principles of NLP
•Using key tools to enhance our individual performance - Anchoring, Reframing and Circle of Excellence.
•Using key tools to release positivity and creative thinking in our teams - the Disney Creative Strategy
•Using key tools to resolve conflict - Perceptual Positions.

You will also look at compelling cases where NLP has been used in Education, Sport and the Performing Arts to enhance individual and team performance.

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Mentoring Pupils with Additional Needs and Mental Health Needs

Presented by: Colin Troy

Date: 31st January 2017

Time: 9.45am - 3.15pm

Cost: First place £105 Second place £75

Includes: Lunch & Refreshments

Target Audience: Mentors, Pastoral staff and support staff involved in supporting pupils with additional needs and mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, self harm and eating disorders.

Course Outline:

The course will cover:

  • The nature of mentoring

  • How to structure an effective mentoring session

  • How does mentoring fit into a whole school approach

  • Practical ways of helping pupils with anxiety & depression

  • Helping support pupils with self-harm and eating disorders

  • Planning intervention for individuals

  • Evaluation resources and links
  • Outcomes:

  • Clarification of what can be achieved through mentoring

  • Practical strategies for planning and delivering effective support

  • Opportunities to plan and discuss in confidence individual situations

  • Examples of helpful resources and links
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