NLP for project managers

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Posted by APM on 19th Feb 2013

We all know that so called 'soft skills' are necessary for effective project management. Emotional intelligence frameworks help to define soft skills and show how they are important, but are they constant or can they be improved, and if so, how?

Neuro Linguistical Programming (NLP) is the study of human excellence. It is the science of how the brain codes learning and experience, and can be described as a user's manual for the brain. The memories of our subjective experience have structure. NLP can be used to elicit and replicate that structure through modelling, and so transfer skills. Where learned behaviours are no longer effective in some context, NLP can be used to alter the structure of the subjective experience, changing meaning, and generate alternative behaviours. Thus, NLP provides a good toolset for self awareness and personal improvement.

Dr Peter Parkes delivered this webinar in February 2013 on the subject of NLP for project managers.

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