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What is NLP?
By Penny Tompkins & James Lawley | Published 01 09 1993
Introductory NLP
Unlike other approaches that tell you WHAT you need to do, NLP is a HOW TO technology. It tells and shows you HOW TO achieve what you want and HOW TO become the person you want to achieve your goals.
Different ways to: Look at, Talk about, and Get to grips with NLP
By Bob Janes | Published 01 12 1995
Introductory NLP
NLP is only a model. It isn't 'right' or 'wrong' it's only as useful as it is useful. One of the basic tenets of NLP is "if it isn't working, try something else" - and this applies to NLP as much as anything else. Here are three different descriptions of NLP. Dip into each of them and see which is most to your liking:

* A description in terms of baking a cake.
* An interview with James Lawley who uses NLP in his work as a psychotherapist and business consultant.
* A more formal description in terms of psychological and therapeutic models.
Change Your Thinking - Change Your Life
By Penny Tompkins & James Lawley | Published 01 11 1993
Introductory NLP
In order to understand how you can influence your external world, you need to understand how your thinking affects your internal world. NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) is the most useful approach we know for doing this.
Rapport: The Magic Ingredient
By Penny Tompkins & James Lawley | Published 01 01 1994
Introductory NLP
We have found building rapport is a prerequisite for effective communication, whether in counselling, in our personal lives, in our professional lives ... anywhere, and with anyone.

By following the simple steps we give in Parts 1 and 2, you too can enhance your communication skills dramatically. Then you will be able to improve the quality of your life, and the lives of those around you.
I See, Hear, and Feel What You Mean
By Penny Tompkins & James Lawley | Published 01 03 1994
Introductory NLP
Everyone structures their experience of the world through the five senses -- seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling. Whilst you are aware of your External senses, did you know you had a matching set of "internal senses" or that they are called Representational Systems?
The Original Ethos of NLP
By James Lawley | Published 08 12 2008
Introductory NLP
In the beginning was an ethos, a characteristic spirit of a community. Judith DeLozier says: "The discipline known as NLP began before it had a name with an interdisciplinary community of people. We were motivated by a shared curiosity about how we know, about how we learn, how we communicate, and how we change."
The Application of Metaprogrammes to the Classroom
By James Lawley | Published 01 09 1997
Education , Introductory NLP
The article which follows was presented to the Teacher Development Special Interest Group Conference of the International Association for Teaching English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) in November 1995. While the focus of the article is teaching it should be fairly easy to adapt the information for other contexts such as business, therapy etc.
How You Manage To Lead
Leadership is often talked about in the business world today. Is this because it is one of the more difficult concepts to specify? This articles combines NLP with other approaches to explore the nominalisations we label leadership and management.
Road to Recognition with UKCP
By James Lawley | Published 01 07 1994
Introductory NLP
First published in NLP World in 1994, this article explains how NLP Psychotherapy and Counselling has made great strides in becoming accepted, and even respected in Great Britain. It covers the background, the validation  process, and the factors underlying the success in gaining recognition with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
I wanna be elected
By James Lawley | Published 10 03 1994
Introductory NLP
This report by members of the Association for NLP (UK) Psychotherapy and Counselling Section (ANLP-PCS) Committee was first published in Rapport, Spring 1994. It describes:
  • The run up to the AGM and elections
  • First ever NLP Psychotherapy and Counselling Conference
  • Results of the second year of validation of NLP Psychotherapists
  • First Code of Practice for NLP Supervisors and Supervision 

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