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Understanding NLP: Strategies for Better Workplace Communication...Without The Jargon

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Have you ever wondered how some people constantly achieve success in the workplace and in everyday life? Do you wish you knew more about how they think and behave?

Understanding NLP will take you a step closer to sharing their success by applying the principles of NLP to the working environment. By describing familiar situations in a jargon-free way, it will give you the to
Paperback, 226 pages
Published January 15th 2012 by Kogan Page (first published November 1st 2011)
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Aug 30, 2012 June rated it did not like it
The author says she will explain the "principles of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) in the business environment to achieve personal and organizational goals" however it was more of her explaining why you need NLP, not how to use it, how to create a different language pattern, or even ways how to change your typical speech to match NLP. A very disappointing book. Her examples using NLP vs our normal, everyday wording with others were poor samples. I could not see the difference between what I ...more
Feb 16, 2013 Cat rated it it was ok
Very disappointed. Interested in what I have been told about NLP but felt that this book did more than just remove the jargon it dumbed it down to the point of patronisation.
The second half improved a bit in terms of "Strategies" but not very well structured.
Overall wish I hadn't bothered and had chosen a different book for my first proper foray into this area.
David McClendon, Sr
This book was written by an author from the UK so there is some problem with understanding some terms. Other than that it is an interesting read and a good source of information.
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