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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills
Posted by: Jim R
Date/Time: 07/08/2002 04:03:50

Michael,

Sorry about the delay in replying. I have to admit Im surprised by your question given that youre an NLP trainer. and a sales trainer as well.yet maybe this is more about the semantics Im using than anything else. when I use the term "unconscious installation", Im referring to the use of nested loops,and/or multi embedded metaphor plus analog marking in teaching sales training.to contrast, most non NLP trained sales trainers will simply combine lecture and/or role play to teach sales skills. MY experience as a student in the sales courses offered by Xerox Corporation and The Dale Carnegie Institute(in the USA) earlier in my career have left me convinced that lecture and role play are inferior teaching methods.even the most motivated students will not demonstrate what is taught in sales training as elegantly and with quite the precision as when employing "unconscious installation".I hope this clarifies my earlier posting.

Jim R 


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Approach to teaching NLP Skills17/07/2002 23:29:27Troy
     Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills19/07/2002 05:38:10Guilherme
     Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills23/07/2002 02:52:46Troy
          Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills23/07/2002 03:07:21kc
               Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills23/07/2002 16:23:06Jim R
                    Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills27/07/2002 05:49:54Michael Carroll
                         Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills02/08/2002 14:47:05Martin Weaver
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills03/08/2002 23:32:50Michael Carroll
                                   ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills04/08/2002 09:29:08Lou Slywalker
                                        Re:ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills06/08/2002 22:05:46Michael Carroll
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills04/08/2002 19:05:41Martin Weaver
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills14/08/2002 02:38:43Michael Carroll
                                   NLP in the NHS05/12/2002 15:47:43Gill Bell
                                        Re:NLP in the NHS06/12/2002 00:35:58Michael Carroll
                         Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills07/08/2002 04:03:50Jim R
                         Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills19/12/2002 00:01:31Robert
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills20/12/2002 15:40:11Jim R
     Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills27/08/2002 01:59:12Diane Kramer
          Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills30/08/2002 00:24:07Thomas again
               Re:Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills30/08/2002 21:46:10nj
                    ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills30/08/2002 22:25:59Thomas
          Re:Re:Approach to teaching NLP Skills30/08/2002 21:07:36nj

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