A 3-Day Total Immersion Programme

Communication is only effective when both the speaker and the listener are on the same page of the communication. However, communication is only marginally effective at best. This is due to the differences in the “Model of the World” in NLP jargon. Put simply, this means each individual brings into the communication their own set of experience and will interpret the message in their own unique way.

This programme uses NLP principles to help communicators to better understand the mechanics of communication and how to apply in real world situations where accurate communication is key.


Learning Outcome

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the communication model
  • The Presuppositions of NLP about communication
  • Understand the concept of Deletion, Distortion and Generalisation that affect communication
  • Understand the way people make sense of the world through the Representational System
  • Apply the Representational System for effective communication
  • Understand the difference Language Pattern (Meta Model And Milton Model)
  • Understand the concept of Hierarchy of Ideas and how to match the ideas with the communicator
  • Build instant rapport for effective communication
  • Understand the way the communication is going and get it back on track
  • Reframe the meaning of the communication

Learning Methodologies

Course methodology includes activities such as lectures, role- playing, case studies, group discussions, self- assessments, use of Audio-Video learning aids, VAK and 4Mat approach, learning games and other adult learning approaches.


Course Details

Day 1
  • The Presuppositions of NLP
  • What are the presuppositions of NLP and why are they important in communication
  • How to apply the presuppositions in actual communication
  • The NLP Communication Model
  • How we communicate VS How we think we communicate
  • Using the NLP communication model to enhance your communication
  • Deletions, Distortions and Generalisation
  • Why our communications are misunderstood
  • How these affect our communication
  • Build Instant rapport for effective communication
  • The Science behind instant rapport
  • Building instant rapport
  • Building rapport through words

Day 2

  • The Representational System
  • The various types processing methods
  • Recognising the different Representational System
  • Understanding your preferred Representational System
  • Applying the Representational System for effective communication
  • The Eye Assessing Cue
  • Understanding the Eye Assessing Cue
  • Using the Eye Assessing Cue to determine the preferred communication system
  • Retrieving Lost Information
  • Understanding how information is lost
  • The Meta Model
  • Using the Meta Model to retrieve lost information
  • Milton Model
  • The Milton Model
  • Using the Milton Model to allow our audience to make sense of things in their own model of the world

 Day 3
  • Perceptual Positions
  • Understanding someone from their perception
  • Actively practise perceptual positions for effective 2-way communication
  • Frames and Reframing
  • The various useful frames for communication
  • Reframing
  • The context reframe
  • The content reframe
  • The Hierarchy of Ideas
  • Using the Hierarchy of Ideas to reach an agreement
  • Applying the mechanics of Chunking
  • Sensory Acuity
  • Having the sensory acuity to pick up subconscious messages
  • Calibration for accurate communication