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Advanced NLP Applications to Business

The advanced application of NLP to business include a set of tools, both linguistic (meaning, language pattern) and observational, to identify and influence organizational beliefs and values, such as quality, leadership, well formed outcomes, requirements ambiguity reduction, conflict resolution, negotiation, cross-organizational influencing and mentoring, matrix management, convincing skeptics, and much more, including:

  1. Managing conflicts of beliefs and values. 
  2. Basic skills for managing beliefs and values in a group or organization. 
  3. Defining beliefs and values in relationship to other organizational processes. 
  4. Typologies of situations involving beliefs and values. 
  5. Definition and discussion of assumptions and presuppositions. 
  6. Eliciting and identifying unspoken assumptions. 
  7. Taking multiple perspectives. 
  8. Promoting communications between people of different backgrounds. 
  9. The communication matrix 
  10. Dealing with common limiting beliefs and thought viruses. 
  11. Sleight of mouth - patterns of conversational belief change. 

NLP Presuppositions

The NLP Presuppositions are not considered "truths" by NLP practitioners, but they are considered more "useful" than other paradigms. They include the following ideas which you may or may not agree can be useful to a person in the position of leadership: 

  • The map is not the territory. 
  • Each person's unique model of the world is equally valid.
  • You cannot not communicate, and the meaning of your communication is in the response you get.
  • There is no failure, only feedback.
  • You are not your behavior. Accept the person, change the behavior.
  • People have all the resources they need to succeed. There are no unresourceful people, only unresourceful states.
  • People are doing the best they can with the resources they have available.
  • The part of any system which has the most flexibility controls the system (Ashby's Law of Requisite Variety).
  • Every behavior has a positive intention; all behavior is appropriate in some context.
  • All interventions should increase choice.
  • What others can do, anyone can learn.

Quality \conn\, To conduct or direct the steering of; the control exercised by one who steers a vessel 

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