Metaprograms Part 3: Practical NLP Podcast 61

Practical NLP Podcast 61This episode rounds off our consideration of some of the most useful metaprograms for business, covering the ‘Sameness/Difference’ and ‘Options/Procedures’ patterns. This week’s episode includes:

  • How to tell how much change each of your team members needs (and will tolerate!)
  • Why consultants working in organisational change often get frustrated with regular people
  • How to present change in a way that will minimise resistance
  • Why you should know how to influence ‘Options’ people better
  • Opening up some possibilities for influencing ‘Procedures’ people
  • … and much more!

If you notice a little extra sparkle in the sound quality this week, it’s because this episode has been expertly ‘mastered’ by Ross Winter at http://podcastpolishing.com.

words that change mindsIn the podcast I mention this book quite a lot – it’s a very accessible must-read for coaches and managers!

Words That Change Minds by Shelle Rose Charvet – order it from Amazon via these links:
Paperback: UK | US | Canada | Other Amazon stores

Kindle: UK | US | Canada | Other Amazon stores

Duration: 11m 09s

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Practical NLP Podcast Collection Vol 9Note: Only the most recent 10 episodes of the Practical NLP Podcast are available free on Apple Podcasts. You can still listen to this episode as part of the Practical NLP Podcast Collection Volume 9, which you can get here.

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