iGCLC Certified Systems Thinking Practitioner
What you’ll learn
Coaching skill that go beyond Master Practitioner in NLP to expand your awareness.
You will learn the NLP skills and Systems Thinking techniques that have influence my Entropy 4D™ coaching methodology.
My secret NLP tools for assisting clients in making rapid and lasting change in peoples lives.
If you are an NLP coach you will learn the best skills for working with others that my Black Star™ coaching clients enjoy.
Discover the magical emergent properties of systems so that you can quite literally evoke results that come from ‘nowhere’.
Understand the true nature of cause and effect and the causal loops so you can identify leverage opportunity through systems thinking.
Dig deeper into the concept of systems thinking feedback, so that you can enhance behaviour and get faster and better results.
Learn my secret strategies for helping my NLP coaching clients with the techniques I use daily.
It might be useful to study my NLP training first although it is not required.
You may find a pen and paper handy so that you can take notes as you go through the course.
An open-mind and a willingness to learn will help you to get the best out of the course.
You will need to be able to concentrate at times so a quite area with few distractions would be good.
“A few years back I had a life-changing experience that opened my eyes to the way everything works together for a greater whole. This study is the closest description of the foundation of that understanding. My entire coaching business and philosophy has been born from these principals” Matt Barnett If you have studied personal or professional development to any level in the past, you will get incredible benefits from this course on Systems Thinking. In this course, Matt Barnett International Coach and Entrepreneur take you on a journey beyond Master Practitioner in NLP and CBT to the world of systems thinking. Where everything exists as a connection or interaction with everything else. Where a cause is an effect and an effect may be a cause. To a world where the world is more than the sum of its parts. Where magical emergent properties can be witnessed and where incredible rapid results can be achieved through the holistic understanding of systems, leverage and feedback. Plus this course meets all the requirements for certification with my institute and membership with the iGPPA.This course is truly eye-opening and might well change the way you look at life forever. Understand what systems thinking is – so that you can view situations from a new perspective.Discover the concept of feedback and feedback loops so that you can consistently achieve results.Understand the science of failure and success – so that you can adapt your approach to life and win consistently. Understand limits and ceilings so that you can push through them or adapt to them.Learn to think in circles – to identify leverage cause and effect.Discover the magic of emergence and the unpredictable outcomes of an operating system.
Section 1: Explaining systems thinking
Lecture 1 Why Take This Course
Lecture 2 What is Systems Thinking
Lecture 3 The Benefits Of Systems Thinking
Lecture 4 The Issue With Habitual Thinking
Section 2: Defining systems and circular thinking
Lecture 5 System vs Heap
Lecture 6 The Variety Of Systems
Lecture 7 Emergent Properties
Lecture 8 Analysis vs Synthesis
Lecture 9 Complexity Of Systems
Lecture 10 The Webs Of Complexity
Lecture 11 Stability vs Change
Lecture 12 System Behaviour
Lecture 13 The Impact Of Change
Lecture 14 Feedback Loop
Lecture 15 Examples Of Feedback Loops
Lecture 16 Reinforcing Feedback
Lecture 17 Negative Reinforcement
Lecture 18 Balancing Feedback
Lecture 19 Reaching Goals Through Accurate Measurement
Lecture 20 Feedforward
Lecture 21 The Importance Of Understanding Cause And Effect
Lecture 22 Dealing With Time Delays
Lecture 23 Solutions For Time Delays
Lecture 24 Section 1 Summary
Section 3: Mental models, cause and effect and logic
Lecture 25 Explaining Mental Models
Lecture 26 How We Use Mental Models
Lecture 27 Making Mental Models – Deletion and Construction
Lecture 28 Making Mental Models – Distortion and Generalisation
Lecture 29 The System Of Mental Models
Lecture 30 Reinforcement Of Negative Beliefs
Lecture 31 Applying Knowledge Of Misleading Factors
Lecture 32 Systems Thinking And Mental Models
Lecture 33 Introducing Cause And Effect
Lecture 34 Misconceptions About Cause and Effect
Lecture 35 Systems Chaos And Sensitivity
Lecture 36 Types Of Complexity
Lecture 37 Ordered States
Lecture 38 What is Logic?
Lecture 39 What Logic Lacks?
Lecture 40 Paradox Avoiding Mental Models
Lecture 41 Preventing Limiting Mental Models
Lecture 42 Mental Models Leading To Systems Change
Lecture 43 Section 2 Summary
Section 4: Learning and perspective
Lecture 44 Introducing Learning
Lecture 45 The System Of Learning
Lecture 46 Double Loop Learning
Lecture 47 Applying The Two Types Of Learning
Lecture 48 Learning Blocks
Lecture 49 More Learning Blocks
Lecture 50 Final Learning Blocks
Lecture 51 The Importance Of Perspective
Lecture 52 Different Types Of Thinking
Lecture 53 Two Types Of Perspective
Lecture 54 The Inside-Out View
Lecture 55 Punctuating Sequences
Lecture 56 Escaping Negative Reinforcing Loops
Lecture 57 Section 3 Summary
Section 5: Plotting systems
Lecture 58 Drawing Conclusions
Lecture 59 Mapping Your Story
Lecture 60 Starting To Draw Your System
Lecture 61 Balancing Links
Lecture 62 Second Basic Plot
Lecture 63 Systems Behaviour
Lecture 64 Labelling Systems Diagrams
Lecture 65 Archetypal Patterns
Lecture 66 Natural Limits
Lecture 67 Leverage Points Of Limited Success
Lecture 68 The System Of Weightloss
Lecture 69 Closing The Gap
Lecture 70 The Story Of Personal Finances
Lecture 71 The Credit System
Lecture 72 The Consequences Of Solutions
Lecture 73 Addictive Solutions
Lecture 74 The Escalation Story
Lecture 75 The Monopoly Pattern
Lecture 76 The Tragic System Story
Lecture 77 Section 4 Summary
Section 6: Changing systems
Lecture 78 Using Systems Thinking For Progress
Lecture 79 Interpreting Feedback
Lecture 80 Issues With Changing a System
Lecture 81 Making Change Easy
Lecture 82 Time Delayed Consequences
Section 7: The history of systems thinking
Lecture 83 The Context Of Systems Thinking
Lecture 84 The First Developments Of Systems Thinking
Lecture 85 Man-made System Developments
Lecture 86 Concluding Systems Thinking
Lecture 87 Bonus Lecture
Anyone looking to fully understand behaviour and how it actually works to produce results.,Coaches that work with people and seek to find solutions to sometimes complex issues.,Coaches and therapists that want to maximize their efficiency, get more clients, get better results.,People with an open mid looking to understand the world and how it works.
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Created by: Matthew Barnett