Entries by Chris Collingwood

Outcomes and Competencies for Practitioners of NLP

Recommended Syllabus for Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming courses At Inspiritive, we create high-quality NLP certification training. Anyone certified by us as a Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming is more than capable of undertaking advanced training at the level of Part 2 of the Graduate Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming or Practitioner of Ericksonian Hypnosis. Our recommendations for […]

A Proposed Distinction for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The development of any discipline, and especially one still organizing its initial patterning requires a certain attentiveness to precision in its fundamental vocabulary. Older disciplines have either clarified their fundamental terms (once or repetitively) and have established an apparent relatively stable platform on which further investigations and professional dialogue may be based.or they have fallen […]

An Introduction Time Lines in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Time line work is an essential component of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Originating from the pioneering efforts of Steve and Connirae Andreas, as well as John Grinder and Robert Dilts, time lines have evolved into powerful tools for introspection and personal growth. These NLP practitioners developed two main forms of time lines – internally represented and […]

Developing Choices about the Emotions we Experience with NLP

What is an emotion? Most people, if asked, would identify a noticeable set of sensations (feeling) that they experience in response to a sight, sound and or touch from the world, or in response to something they were thinking about (internal representations). They would not necessarily take ownership of their response, nor would they necessarily […]

Why Choose the Graduate Certificate in NLP?

Unlocking Proficiency: Unveiling the Graduate Certificate in NLP Among those seeking a renewed grounding in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), the allure of the Graduate Certificate in NLP proves irresistible. Individuals who have previously completed a practitioner course often express a common sentiment – a dearth of practical proficiency. Anticipating the ability to seamlessly navigate the intricate […]

The Myths of Seven day NLP “practitioner” trainings

In recent years there has been growing controversy within the NLP community regarding qualifications in NLP, standards and quality for training and what constitutes appropriate hours for NLP practitioner courses. In this article we explore some of the myths promoted by some NLP trainers In the NLP community there has been three levels of certification, […]

The Phobia Reduction technique of NLP

Phobias are a significant problem that effect between 7.7% to 12.5% of the population. The bulk of phobias suffered by people are specific phobias, sometimes referred to as simple phobias. These are phobias to specific stimuli such as, heights (Acrophobia), flying (Aerophobia), spiders (Arachnophobia), snakes, thunder and lightning (Astraphobia), fear of water (Aquaphobia), fear of […]

Mastering the Art of Leadership Communication: The Power of Precision Framing and Questioning

Effective communication is undeniably the linchpin for successful leadership within any organisation, particularly for those spearheading startups. The challenge lies in the nature of language itself, a medium fraught with potential for misunderstanding due to the subjective interpretation inherent in verbal and written communication.  Our thoughts primarily take the form of sensory representations – mental […]