Online program "NLP - the Art of Managing People".
“We can’t even fall freely because we don’t fall in the emptiness.” V. Vysotsky, a Russian singer.
We control the behaviour of people around us from the first second of our birth. Even earlier, but from the first second – for sure. The baby screamed after birth, and everyone exhaled. And we’ve been ruled from birth, too. We’re connected to the people around us by thousands of threads, and we’re ruled continuously by each other, often without realizing it. Sometimes we are successful and happy. Sometimes we’re not successful, and we get frustrated. More often than not, we are not even aware of our attempts, and then we wonder where the trouble comes from. But we still do it every second.
I’ve always been sure that if you’re doing something, it’s better to do it consciously. Or, again, not doing it deliberately. As well as responding to trying to control you, it’s better to do it consciously. And either agree or disagree, in a way that doesn’t make enemies. Well, “aerobatics” is what Mandelstam wrote about sailing. “Walk against the wind, walk in it.”
I’ve developed this art by practising Aikido, and I’ve developed this art by practising NLP. They look alike. And finally, I created a course on “NLP – Managing People”. It is based on four basic principles of Aikido, which remarkably resonate with the basic ideas of NLP.
You will learn how to manage people ecologically and achieve your goals in a way that helps others to achieve their goals, receiving support and help from them.
All this will take eight workshops ( about one hour and a half) and a lot of exercises in a virtual group of like-minded people. Welcome.
Workshops are held once a week, at noon Moscow time. All workshops start at noon Moscow time and last approximately 1.5 hours.
Oleg M. Vaynberg, Australia, Brisbane.
Business coach. NLP Master, tutor of the Faculty of Management at the Open University in the UK and lecturer at the RANEPA.
Formerly a board member of a big Rusian company and a member of the board of directors of the CIO club and the expert council of IT Manager magazine.
Author of three books and many articles on organizational psychology.
It turned out to be really easy. A strong system where it is clear how it works and simple “techniques” that you can train and use on your own.