Becoming More Ferocious as a Presenter : Presenting and Training in the Spirit of NLP
In "BECOMING MORE FEROCIOUS AS A PRESENTER: Presenting and Training ...," L. Michael Hall, Ph.D., one of the best "trainer of trainers" and co-founder of NLP, Richard Bandler, trained 'trainers' and public speakers in their craft. Here you will get an insider's look at how Bandler went about his task of using his system to develop passionate or ferocious presenters. "Ferocious" refers to being absolutely passionate, courageous and committed to your message and audience, and author L. Michael Hall wrote the original notes on Bandler's training at the request of Bandler himself. What will you get from this work? What will be the benefits and values of it? 1) The spirit of Bandler's unique genius as applied to presenting and training 2) Key facets of effective presenting to improve your performance as a presenter 3) The specific skills for managing your states as a presenter 4) How to design trainings using NLP criteria to create a well-formed presentation 5) How to handle audiences in terms of questions, hecklers, and engagement 6) How to use recognize how people in your audience will filter your communication messages and to do so to increase clarity and persuasiveness. 7) How to enrich your communication with hypnotic language 8) How to design and use nested loops 9) How to develop better platform skills 10) How to become much more ferocious (passionate, courageous, and committed) in your presentations. Many in the field of NLP recognize L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. as not only as a contributor and developer of models that have contributed to NLP (for example, the Meta-States Model) and the developer of Neuro-Semantics, but also the key interpreter of Richard Bandler in his book The Spirit of NLP and numerous articles on NLP (see www.neurosemantics.com; www.neuro-semantics-training.com; www.self-actualizing.org, and www.meta-coaching.org).
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Electronic & Database Publishing, Inc.
April 30, 1996
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