As “Organisational Conversation” Becomes New Leadership Buzzword, More Top Executives Sign Up For NLP Training at The Coaching Institute

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A new study from Harvard Business School affirms how trusted leaders empower the success of their organisations through direct, personal and face-to-face conversations. According to The Coaching Institute, the study’s impact is encouraging more and more business executives to sharpen their personal communications skills, with neuro-linguistic programming training courses emerging as a top choice.

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More and more business leaders are rediscovering the benefits of neuro-linguistic programming or NLP as they strive to build more meaningful and memorable relationships with the members of their team. Master trainers Alice Haemmerle and Sharon Pearson of leading life coaching provider The Coaching Institute attribute this development to the need for more personal, tailor-fit training methodologies that connect effective communication skills with psychological and emotional strength.

The leaning towards sharpening interpersonal communication skills is said to have sparked off from an acclaimed study from Harvard Business School affirming the value of face-to-face conversations in ensuring the success of an organisation.

In the book “Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power Their Organizations,” the authors presented a revolutionary business model they branded as “organisational conversation” as a new way to steer a commercial venture to sure-fire success. Compared to traditional business models that view employee communication as merely an avenue for issuing orders and instructions, organisational conversation encourages leaders to utilise communication as an opportunity to build trust and make everyone look in the same direction.

The altruistic-sounding communication approach is in fact a highly technical one that needs strategic planning and a highly developed set of communication skills. The more forward-looking business leaders have turned to personal development courses, the most in-demand of which today are the training in NLP courses.

“It’s a tall order for almost all sides of the business spectrum,” says Pearson. “For old-timers, the approach needs them to bend their age-old ways of top-down communications; for younger generations of start-ups, it means veering away from technology-driven and multi-tasking exchanges into making connections more people oriented. NLP training shows you the right direction into revolutionizing the way you think, the way you express yourself, and therefore the way you lead.”

The Coaching Institute offers a holistic approach that allows learners to acquire the habits and perspective of an NLP trainer which they need for personal growth, and for leading their business organisation to success. The NLP Certification Training course is also essentially a leadership course. Aside from helping participants become accredited trainers, the curriculum also provides essential skills for heading an organisation: creating group rapport, moving an audience, selling complex ideas, and cultivating a confident, passionate public persona.

Enumerates Pearson: “Aside from developing intuitive and strategic communication skills, the training course also helps individuals to eliminate fears and uncertainty, enjoy psychological and emotional balance, pursue their dreams and vision with confidence, and touch the lives of others by helping them achieve their dream life, too—which is basically, the true hallmark of a great leader.”

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