Metaprograms Part 2: Practical NLP Podcast Episode 60

podcastepisode60This week, some more metaprograms, the content-free filters that determine what we pay attention to. In this episode we’re considering the General or Specific, Proactive or Reactive, and Internal or External Frame of Reference metaprograms.


  • How to spot if someone is a big-picture or detail person from the language they use
  • Why you need to be comfortable with abstraction to reach the top levels of your organisation
  • How to discover how much feedback someone needs with just one simple question
  • Why your direct reports may get apprehensive as their annual appraisal looms, and what you can do about it
  • … And much more!

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: 12m 40s

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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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