"Having experienced Peter's own work I knew I was in for a challenging session which would help me to truly examine myself as a trainer and most importantly from a student's point of view. Peter has dissected the learning experience for himself drawing on a wide range of sources from both NLP and beyond. His gentle questioning translates experience into understanding with ease and he role models consistently both in and outside the classroom. Peter Freeth's NLP Trainer Training was the most intelligent stimulation I have had for a long time and I know it will not end now as he has helped me to a path of discovery that will run and run."
I'll be speaking for the third year running at the International NLP Conference in London.
I'll be showing you an easy way for coaches to ask questions to access their client's creativity, in a session entitled "Helping clients get unstuck with The Unsticker".
Coventry and Warwickshire CIPD "AsSIGnations" event is on Monday 2nd October.
Stratford Manor Hotel, near Stratford upon Avon in lovely England.
Our speaker is Peter Freeth, who says "As a service provider, you are a dealer in intellectual property. When your clients can't touch and hold your product, and can't return or exchange the time they've spent with you, your value is entirely dependent on your credibility.
I ran two workshops at the South West Coaching and Mentoring Conference 2017, here are some useful resources for you.
My first session ws an easy way for coaches to ask questions to access their client's creativity, "Helping clients get unstuck with The Unsticker".
My second session was a knowledge sharing session on what I've found over 15 years of delivering corporate coaching programs, helping you to increase engagement, effectiveness and create measurable results, "What works in corporate coaching programmes".
I spoke at the NLP Conference in London, April 29th 2017 on the subject of...
So You Think You Know Meta Model?
Maybe you’ve heard that in the first minute, your client has told you everything you need to know? Actually, they will have told you even before they begin speaking. Just imagine what you could do with that kind of knowledge.
Here are some useful links and resources for you from that workshop.
If you came along to my talk on NLP at the Potentialisation group in Manchester on 19th May 2016 then thank you, it was super to meet you!
If you didn't, then you literally do not know what you were missing. Where were you? Anyway, this page will give you a bit more information and share links to some of the odds and ends that I mentioned during the evening.
I spoke at the NLP Conference in London, April 17th 2016 on the subject of...
Everything you know about NLP is wrong
And that's why you can't always get the results you intended.
When trainers just emulate the pseudo-science they’ve been taught instead of testing for themselves, they pass that on to their students. So instead of an evolving, developing field, we have bad techniques being taught badly, and then we wonder why NLP gets a bad name.
I presented a workshop for MBA students at the TIAS Business School in Tilburg, Netherlands, entitled:
Getting Through the Second Glass Ceiling: What you Really Need to Know for 21st Century Career Success
You must have heard of the idea of a ‘glass ceiling’; an invisible barrier which prevents your career progress past a certain point. Perhaps it’s because of your sex, or your age, or your spirituality, or your education. The reason is never clear, yet try as hard as you can, you just don’t have what it takes to get into the executive lounge.
In fact, there isn’t one glass ceiling, there are two. Most people don’t know about the second one, and it exerts a far more powerful force than any of those social prejudices which hold people back at the lower levels of an organisation.
At the Neurobusiness 2015 conference I gave a presentation entitled "Winning the talent war: Decoding and transferring innate talents within a business". In it, I showed you some video clips and referenced a few other bits of research and so on.
Here's a list of the references with links, plus some other information that you might find useful. If you're looking for sample modelling reports, just go to the Consulting page of this site and you'll find them there.