iGNLP Certified NLP Master Practitioner

Discover the only NLP Master Practitioner training program Certified by the iGNLP™
iGNLP Certified NLP Master Practitioner
File Size :
9.68 GB
Total length :
14h 46m

Instructor

Matthew Barnett

Language

Last update

1/2023

Ratings

4.7/5

iGNLP Certified NLP Master Practitioner

What you’ll learn

Expand your knowledge of the mind so that you can fully understand yourself and others
Take your NLP skills to a whole new level and get incredible results with your clients and in your own life.
Learn the power of Meta Programs to understand what drives human behaviour so that you can adapt your sessions to suit
Understand values level thinking to better understand what is important to your clients and create flexible coaching
Discover modelling so that you can learn the expert skills of others and replicate them / or teach them to others
Learn how to make change with clients linguistically and get rapid covert results.

iGNLP Certified NLP Master Practitioner

Requirements

You would ideally have taken my NLP Practitioner training program first, however there is much to learn at any skill level
You will need an open mind and a willingness to learn.
You will need to be committed to learning as this a a very content rich program
A fascination with the mind and human nature
A pen and paper to make notes would be very useful

Description

In this groundbreaking NLP Training from Matt Barnett (a genuine & certified NLP trainer). You will train to Master NLP Practitioner level with a course that meets and exceeds the requirements of the iGNLP™ and Upon completion, you will be provided with a certificate from Udemy. Plus you will be eligible to apply for a personalised Certificate from my Training Organisation which will enable you to apply for membership with the iGNLP.In this course :You will discover the power of NLP at Master practitioner level to expand your knowledge gained at NLP Practitioner.Learn how to work with clients linguistically so that you can help clients make changes unconsciously.Discover values level thinking so that you can better understand what motivates and drives your clients.Learn the amazing insights of Meta Programs to truly understand how your clients think.Understand how to make linguistic conversational changes with clients.Learn the process of modelling to effectively replicate excellence so that you or your clients can dramatically improve your results.Master Practitioner NLP is about understanding how people think. so that you can help them to be the best they can be. This is a large course that is largely theory-based. When you take on the information in this program. It may just change your life forever.

Overview

Section 1: Section 1 – Module 1 – Introducing meta programs

Lecture 1 1.1 Introducing meta programs

Lecture 2 1.2 The value of understanding others

Lecture 3 1.3 The issues with categorising people

Lecture 4 1.4 Gathering sensory information

Lecture 5 1.5 Details make a difference

Lecture 6 1.6 Strategies for functioning

Lecture 7 1.7 Influencing subjectivity

Lecture 8 1.8 Why we need meta programs

Lecture 9 1.9 Illustrations, chunk size, and matching

Lecture 10 1.10 Thing or process

Lecture 11 1.11 Why we need to de-nominalise

Lecture 12 1.12 Categories of meta programs

Lecture 13 1.13 The levels of meta programs

Lecture 14 1.14 Restrictive language

Lecture 15 1.15 Meta states

Lecture 16 1.16 Changing meta programs

Section 2: Section 1 – Module 2 – Oh the differences

Lecture 17 1.17 Dealing with differences

Lecture 18 1.18 External and internal realities

Lecture 19 1.19 Internal differences

Lecture 20 1.20 Channels of awareness

Lecture 21 1.21 Reading layers

Lecture 22 1.22 Content and process programs

Lecture 23 1.23 The benefits of understanding meta programs

Lecture 24 1.24 How to identify meta programs

Lecture 25 1.25 How to work with meta programs

Lecture 26 1.26 Insights into working with meta programs

Lecture 27 1.27 Reading advice

Section 3: Section 1 – Module 3 – all sorts going on

Lecture 28 1.28 Introducing mental meta programs

Lecture 29 1.29 Identifying chunk size

Lecture 30 1.30 What is relationship sort?

Lecture 31 1.31 Identifying matchers and mismatchers

Lecture 32 1.32 Representation system sort

Lecture 33 1.33 Downtime and uptime

Lecture 34 1.34 Senses or intuition

Lecture 35 1.35 Perceptual categories

Lecture 36 1.36 Attribution style

Lecture 37 1.37 Perceptual durability sort

Lecture 38 1.38 Screeners and non-screeners

Lecture 39 1.39 Philosophical direction

Lecture 40 1.40 Reality structure sort

Lecture 41 1.41 Communication channel preference

Lecture 42 1.42 Mental meta programs wrap up

Section 4: Section 1 – Module 4 – emotions

Lecture 43 1.43 Explaining emotions

Lecture 44 1.44 Emotional coping style

Lecture 45 1.45 Passive and assertive responders

Lecture 46 1.46 Frame of reference

Lecture 47 1.47 Characteristics of frame of reference

Lecture 48 1.48 Association and dissociation

Lecture 49 1.49 Somatic response sort

Lecture 50 1.50 Believability sort

Lecture 51 1.51 The process of convincing

Lecture 52 1.52 Emotional direction sort

Lecture 53 1.53 Emotional intensity

Section 5: Section 1 – Module 5 – volition

Lecture 54 1.54 Explaining volition

Lecture 55 1.55 Identifying direction sort

Lecture 56 1.56 Procedure or options

Lecture 57 1.57 Adaption sort

Lecture 58 1.58 Reason sort of modal operators

Lecture 59 1.59 The effect of modal operators

Lecture 60 1.60 Preference sort

Lecture 61 1.61 Approaches to goal setting

Lecture 62 1.62 Value buying sort

Lecture 63 1.63 Responsibility sort

Lecture 64 1.64 People convincer sort

Section 6: Section 1 – Module 6 – recursive

Lecture 65 1.65 Recursive responses

Lecture 66 1.66 Rejuvenation of battery sort

Lecture 67 1.67 Affiliation and management sort

Lecture 68 1.68 Five styles of communicating

Lecture 69 1.69 General response style

Lecture 70 1.70 Somatic response sort

Lecture 71 1.71 Work preferences and comparison sort

Lecture 72 1.72 Knowledge source sort

Lecture 73 1.73 Completion/closure sort

Lecture 74 1.74 Social presentation

Lecture 75 1.75 Power, affiliation, and achievement

Section 7: Section 1 – Module 7 – Meta Meta Programs

Lecture 76 1.76 Introducing meta meta programs

Lecture 77 1.77 The system of meta meta programs

Lecture 78 1.78 Value sort

Lecture 79 1.79 Temper to instruction sort

Lecture 80 1.80 Self-esteem sort

Lecture 81 1.81 Self-confidence and self-experience

Lecture 82 1.82 Self-integrity sort

Lecture 83 1.83 Time tense sort

Lecture 84 1.84 In time or through time

Lecture 85 1.85 Time access sort

Lecture 86 1.86 Ego strength sort

Lecture 87 1.87 Morality sort

Lecture 88 1.88 Causes

Section 8: Section 1 – Module 8 – Context

Lecture 89 1.89 The importance of context

Lecture 90 1.90 Context creates roles

Lecture 91 1.91 Looking back

Lecture 92 1.92 Looking forward

Section 9: Section 1 – Module 9 – Change

Lecture 93 1.93 Why change?

Lecture 94 1.94 Pattern for change

Lecture 95 1.95 Helping others change

Lecture 96 1.96 Overcoming polarity

Section 10: Section 1 – Module 10

Lecture 97 1.97 Introducing profiling

Lecture 98 1.98 Predicting responses

Lecture 99 1.99 Profiling specifically

Lecture 100 1.100 Effective confrontation

Lecture 101 1.101 Therapy application

Lecture 102 1.102 Using meta programs for good

Section 11: Section 1 – Module 11

Lecture 103 1.103 External indicators of mental meta programs

Lecture 104 1.104 Conative physical indicators

Lecture 105 1.105 External clues for response meta programs

Lecture 106 1.106 Physical clues for meta meta programs

Lecture 107 1.107 The relationship between programs and states

Lecture 108 1.108 Meta programs conclusion

Section 12: Section 2 – Values

Lecture 109 2.1 Why are values important

Lecture 110 2.2 Eliciting values

Lecture 111 2.3 The process of discovering values

Lecture 112 2.4 The application of values

Lecture 113 2.5 Informal elicitation of values

Section 13: Section 3 – Modeling – Module 1

Lecture 114 3.1 Introducing modeling

Lecture 115 3.2 The practicalities of modeling

Lecture 116 3.3 Deep vs surface structures

Lecture 117 3.4 Levels of modeling

Lecture 118 3.5 The system of levels

Lecture 119 3.6 The importance of capabilities

Lecture 120 3.7 TOTE

Lecture 121 3.8 The complexities of capabilities

Lecture 122 3.9 Categories of skills

Section 14: Section 3 – Module 2

Lecture 123 3.10 Eliciting information

Lecture 124 3.11 Perspectives

Lecture 125 3.12 Implicit and explicit modeling

Lecture 126 3.13 Modeling phase 1

Lecture 127 3.14 Modeling phase 2 and 3

Lecture 128 3.15 Summary of the modeling process

Lecture 129 3.16 Mirroring exercise

Lecture 130 3.17 Implicit modeling

Lecture 131 3.18 Multiple modelers

Lecture 132 3.19 The elements of patterns

Lecture 133 3.20 Feature detection

Lecture 134 3.21 Features to patterns

Lecture 135 3.22 Mill’s methods

Lecture 136 3.23 Examples of Mill’s methods

Lecture 137 3.24 The reality of finding patterns

Lecture 138 3.25 Limitations of Mill’s methods

Lecture 139 3.26 Planning out a project

Lecture 140 3.27 Checking how you know something

Section 15: Section 3 – Module 3 – Modelling levels

Lecture 141 3.28 Micro modeling

Lecture 142 3.29 Macro modeling

Lecture 143 3.30 Applied modeling

Lecture 144 3.31 The distinctions in applied modeling

Lecture 145 3.32 Advanced modeling

Lecture 146 3.33 Back-propagation

Lecture 147 3.34 Adjusting models

Lecture 148 3.35 Code congruence

Lecture 149 3.36 Non-congruence

Lecture 150 3.37 Representative models

Section 16: Section 4 – Values level thinking

Lecture 151 4.1 Introducing values level thinking

Lecture 152 4.2 Levels of thinking

Lecture 153 4.3 Final levels of thinking

Lecture 154 4.4 Level one

Lecture 155 4.5 Pros and cons of level one

Lecture 156 4.6 Level two

Lecture 157 4.7 The collective

Lecture 158 4.8 Emotional connections

Lecture 159 4.9 Modern day superstitions

Lecture 160 4.10 Level three

Lecture 161 4.11 Breaking out and into egocentricity

Lecture 162 4.12 The encouragement of level three behaviour

Lecture 163 4.13 The warrior mindset

Lecture 164 4.14 Transition from level three to four

Lecture 165 4.15 Level four

Lecture 166 4.16 Order and structure

Lecture 167 4.17 Good or bad

Lecture 168 4.18 Spreading beliefs

Lecture 169 4.19 The benefits of level four

Lecture 170 4.20 Beginning the transition to level five

Lecture 171 4.21 The conflict of transition

Lecture 172 4.22 Level five

Lecture 173 4.23 Early level five behaviour

Lecture 174 4.24 Driving forces of level five

Lecture 175 4.25 Functioning at level five

Lecture 176 4.26 Strategic perspective

Lecture 177 4.27 Five to six transition

Lecture 178 4.28 The change from five to six

Lecture 179 4.29 Level six

Lecture 180 4.30 Caring culture

Lecture 181 4.31 New age lifestyle

Lecture 182 4.32 The importance of community

Lecture 183 4.33 Collective vulnerabilities

Lecture 184 4.34 Interacting with level six thinkers

Lecture 185 4.35 Tolerance and acceptance

Lecture 186 4.36 Clashing priorities

Lecture 187 4.37 Transition from level six to seven

Lecture 188 4.38 Tier two

Lecture 189 4.39 The aftermath of tier one

Lecture 190 4.40 Problem solving of level seven

Lecture 191 4.41 Clear mindedness

Lecture 192 4.42 Efficient learning and acting

Lecture 193 4.43 Level seven priorities

Lecture 194 4.44 The right approach for problem solving

Lecture 195 4.45 The final transition

Lecture 196 4.46 Reaching level eight

Lecture 197 4.47 Level eight characterisitics

Lecture 198 4.48 Improved capabilities

Lecture 199 4.49 The global collective

Section 17: Section 5 – Quantum Linguistics

Lecture 200 5.1 Why quantum linguistics?

Lecture 201 5.2 Explaining quantum theory

Lecture 202 5.3 Cartesian angles

Lecture 203 5.4 Formula for problem solving

Lecture 204 5.5 Questioning the problem

Lecture 205 5.6 Image streaming

Lecture 206 5.7 Practicing details

Section 18: Section 6 – Sleight of Mouth

Lecture 207 6.1 Reframing

Lecture 208 6.2 The impact of beliefs

Lecture 209 6.3 The power beliefs have

Lecture 210 6.4 Challenging limiting beliefs

Lecture 211 6.5 Types of expectations

Lecture 212 6.6 The influence of expectations

Lecture 213 6.7 Pattern of consequences

Lecture 214 6.8 Factors of change

Lecture 215 6.9 Helpful exercises

Lecture 216 6.10 Introducing chunking

Lecture 217 6.11 Chunking up and down

Lecture 218 6.12 Chunking laterally

Lecture 219 6.13 Chunking exercises

Lecture 220 Bonus Lecture

NLP Practitioners that are looking to study to a more advanced level within NLP,Coaches and therapists looking to up skill their business,Anyone interested in official certification in NLP

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Udemy | English | 14h 46m | 9.68 GB
Created by: Matthew Barnett

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