NLP (Neuro Linguistic Progamming) and DISC personality profiling
NLP Neuro Linguistic Programming:
Neuro-Linguistic Programming describes the fundamental dynamics between mind
(neuro) and language (linguistic) and how their interplay affects our body and
In other words our Thoughts + our Feelings = our Behaviour. When we change our thoughts, we can also change our behaviour.
NLP is a collection of various methods and models which enables an understanding of thought process and behaviour. Understanding these techniques can bring about a positive change in you and others.
One of the main foundation stones of NLP is Modelling. This entails recognising another persons behaviours, body language and communication patterns. By then trying it out on oneself, the aim is to eventually be so accomplished that it becomes second nature.
Modelling will help you achieve personal excellence. By using your mind and body in the same way as a peak performer you can immediately increase the quality of your actions and results.
NLP is discovering how we do, what we do and how to do it even better!
- What is DISC?
DISC is a personality profiling system that enables effective communication between people and a way to find out which personality traits a person has.
It opens the possibilities of modifying the language and behaviour to manage people in any situation or place.
All people are different but predictably different once you
understand DISC.By doing this test, you can help yourself and your staff to
manage people in a more aware and positive way.
This is a great tool to use with a team to create a fun and productive environment to work in.
A DISC workshop is a way of increasing acceptance of the different personality styles within the team and learning how to get along and work more efficiently.
The profile shows the strengths and weaknesses of each person and their preferred way to communicate to others and be communicated with as well as how they like to process information.
It helps each individual to become aware of what they can do to improve communication with their work colleagues.
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