London, England (PRWEB) January 12, 2005
Inspired Leaders need an ever increasing range of skills and attitudes to maintain control over todayÂs business environment. ItÂs essential to master themselves, their teams, their stakeholders and at times their industry. 2005 and ensuing years will provide greater challenges and opportunities than in previous times and many tried and tested ideas may be outdated or irrelevant. Revolutionary solutions may be essential.
The Master Class is run for accomplished leaders, interested in reviewing their own skill set and objectives, as well as for those who have been thrust into a leadership role seeking a wider picture. The objective is to enable participants to make a significant step change in leadership performance based on their individual style within the context of their current or future leadership role.
Neuro Linguistic Programming was introduced as a tool for personal development 30 years ago. It is continually assessing and developing frameworks for understanding attitudes, it models successful performers and provides techniques for improving thought processes and communications skills. Business NLP draws on these studies. Michael Beale, Director and Founder of PPI Business NLP together with Peter Freeth, Director of Communications in Action, a bespoke communications consultancy, are co-authors of the leadership master-class which combines NLP with best business practice.
ÂItÂs tremendously empowering to be coached through a process where you can genuinely explore your vision, values, stakeholdersÂ and team wants in line with your own outcomes.Â Says Michael Beale an enthusiast for using NLP in business.
Peter Freeth adds ÂAs many leaders have found themselves thrust into key leadership situations, the personal and business benefits of enabling them to clarify exactly what they want and how to achieve it are immense.Â
The leadership master-class is being held at the Accenture training centre, Milton Keynes on the 16-18th March. Further master-class seminars in leadership, sales, change management, presenting impact and hypnotic influence can lead to Master Practitioner accreditation. PPI will be running a Business Practitioner in the US in the fall of 2005.
PPI Business NLPÂs clients include Abbey, Accenture, ACCA, Argos, Astra-Zenica, BarclayÂs, BT, BAe, British Sugar, Centrica, ODPM, The PMÂs strategy office as well as the main public services.
PPI's website http://www.ppimk.com has had over 380,000 hits over the last four years demonstrating the interest in Business NLP. Further news releases are available from http://www.nlp-pr.co.uk . Their monthly newsletter from http://www.nlp-newsletters.co.uk goes out to over 3000 subscriberÂs world wide.