Following on from previous articles about rapport and how to improve it, here are some ways you can develop your […]
Are NLP Rapport Techniques Manipulative?
Having discussed some practical applications of rapport techniques from NLP such as ‘pacing and leading’, we now come to the […]
When Is It Useful To Break Rapport?
We’ve established that there are lots of practical applications for rapport, and pacing and leading. So are there any times […]
Influencing Skills: Real-World Applications Of ‘Pacing And Leading’
The NLP idea of ‘pacing and leading’ is based on a genuine observed psychological phenomenon, and has some very useful […]
The easy way to achieve rapport
In the Rapport 101 article we found that studies suggest that three elements have to be present for rapport to […]
Rapport 101 in NLP (with a bit of research back-up)
Note: this is an expansion of an earlier article, What is Rapport in NLP? I’m sure that many times when […]
Applying Pacing and Leading: Practical NLP Podcast 15
This week’s Practical NLP podcast covers: Real-world applications of pacing and leading When to break rapport Influencing with integrity and […]
Crossover Matching and Pacing and Leading: Practical NLP Podcast 14
This week’s podcast covers: Crossover matching – how to match people so they don’t spot you doing it A mistake […]
Rapport: Practical NLP Podcast 13
This week’s Practical NLP podcast covers: Matching and Mirroring The three elements of rapport that psychologists have identified 7 things […]
How do you know when you have rapport?
Following on from the previous article which gave an overview of rapport as the concept is defined in NLP, this […]