NLP Questions & Answers | Great Questions from previous Delegates
What are the great questions that previous NLP training delegates asked? How did we answered them? See our NLP Q&A below. Whatever questions you may have please get in touch.
Investing in an NLP training course is not a small decision. We encourage you to choose your NLP trainer with care and to try out our free objective setting tasters to get a feel of the way we work and what the training will involve. The following questions from past delegates may help you come to a decision.
Why do you offer 1:1 NLP training courses?
The idea of 1:1 NLP training started when Michael was running an In-House course and the Director organised a private session so he could discuss some personal opportunities without his team being there.
The session went really well and Michael started offering 1:1 NLP training to his other clients. They found they received more benefit from this type of training as the focus was entirely upon what they wanted to achieve. As we also offer group days our clients get the best of both options.
You focus on business people. Would a ‘normal’ person benefit from your NLP training courses?
Our focus is on successful business and professional people, however anyone is likely to gain from attending NLP training. If you are not sure, get in touch to talk about it first.
I’ve heard that you ‘do hypnosis’ during the course. Is it safe?
No one can be hypnotised if they don’t want to be and hypnosis is completely safe within our course environment. It is a normal part of communication that we all use, whether we realise it or not. It’s useful to learn about it to improve our own influencing skills, and to be aware if someone is attempting to influence us against our best interests.
I’ve come across people that really like NLP, however other people knock NLP as being pseudo-science. What’s that all about?
Please ask the writers! As we hope we demonstrate, NLP is not about uncritically swallowing dogma, but the careful crafting of questions and exploration. While it is a modelling rather than a scientific discipline all good NLP trainers will keep up to date with the latest neuroscience research as it adds to the results we get.
NLP is an intensely individual exercise. Our role is to test personal approaches and notice what results we get. Sometimes the best approaches come from the least likely places.
What’s the value of these ‘free’ NLP training courses I read about?
There is no such thing as a ‘free’ course. You’re investing your time and attention, and the organisers have to get their money back in some way. As with many things in life what you get is directly proportional to how much you invest both financially and emotionally.
I’m already good, can I just come to your NLP accreditation module and get accredited?
No. Accreditation is fun and easy for people who are genuinely interested in the subject, but is based on how well you do throughout the whole course, and not just the accreditation session.
Is what we discuss confidential?
What happens if a difficult issue comes up during the course, which isn’t fully resolved?
This happens occasionally. You do not need to worry because we will work with you after the course until you’re satisfied with the result.
Can you give me names and telephone numbers of previous practitioners so I can get their views?
Yes, just get in touch and we can pass them on.