This week’s podcast covers one of the most useful models in NLP – the ‘Logical Levels’ or ‘Neuro-Logical Levels’ model developed by Robert Dilts. This is a powerful map for coaching individuals, and is also a useful way to analyse change in a team or organisation. It’s even applicable in the field of branding.
The podcast includes:
- Why moving house may not be enough on its own to solve your neighbour problems
- Why many training courses don’t have a lasting effect
- Why Hollywood produces so many duff copycat films and sequels
- How to use Levels of Change to improve the performance of your team
- … and much more!
Show notes: the model is outlined in this post on my other blog:
(if you’re really interested in this model, check the comments section of that post for a snapshot of why some people in NLP say it’s not really NLP, and references to some associated critiques of it – only worth doing if you’re a real NLP nerd though)
Duration: 19m 02s
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