NLP In Business

Having some knowledge in business and trading is always more than helpful when starting a business. It is always helpful to know as well as what to do if in that situation or how to avoid it, in order to have success. If 80% of Business Success is down to the people, how much do you think is down to the way in which the people perform?

And if the way in which the people perform is not matching the needs and strategy of the business, then how much of their performance needs to be changed to get the results required?

We do not believe that people need to be trained. That’s reserved for circus acts.

People do not perform like cats and dogs for biscuits. People perform because they are committed, inspired and motivated.

This is why we have worked with some of the clients you see in the picture, because we deliver performance based learning using Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Why NLP?

The question we ask is “Why do you think NLP can help you in your business?”

You may have heard of NLP or had some experience of it or even seen the effects of it. Though unless you understand ‘why’ it is you need it, then you’ll be paying to learn a system without addressing how it will specifically impact the business, people, performance and results.

This is why before we even want to work with you we need to understand ‘what it is that you want and need’. And only then will we say whether we can help you or refer you elsewhere if we can’t.

What Do We Do That Is Different?

Our main focus and aim in using NLP in business is to enable the way that people ‘think’. That is, to learn how to think differently when faced with obstacles and hurdles at work that affect their performance.

Most problems in work come down to ‘not knowing how to solve a presenting problem’. Whether this problem be of an interpersonal nature, strategy and leadership, motivation or even emotional. Therefore the first task is in identifying the specific nature of the problem.

The difference is in ‘how’ we arrive at the nature of the problem and then teaching people how to use the ‘untapped’ resources of their mind to effectively arrive at the solution.

After all – if most problems are a problem of the mind, then if we can solve the problem-of -the-mind, we therefore solve the problem and get what we want.

What To Do Next

The second step is to find out what it is you really want and need. This can either be done face to face or on the telephone.


Rob Ballentine