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NLP Training FAQs – Read this first

By on Jun 2, 2018 in Blog |

NLP Training FAQs These NLP Training FAQs are based on the questions that people generally ask us, and these are important from the perspective of somebody who is looking to attend an NLP Training program.   How is NLP Coaching Academy different than others? We don’t compare ourselves to others.  We focus on what we do, we can tell what we have been doing, and what makes us unique. We are accredited by American Board of NLP (ABNLP), and our Master NLP Trainer Vikram Dhar is recognized by ANLP, UK, Certified by ABNLP, is an ICF Mentor Coach, and an ICAgile Authorized Trainer to facilitate Agile Certified Coach training (the only trainer in the world to have this qualification combination). He is certified by Richard Bandler, John Grinder, and has trained extensively in classic code and New Code NLP, NeuroScience, and NeuroSemantics. He has been trained and has attended mentoring sessions with John Grinder, Frank Pucelik, Robert Dilts, Ian McDermott, Michael Hall, Michael Beale, Shelle Rose, and Sue Knight some of the big names (Co-founders and Co-developers, and Tier 1 NLP Trainers and Coaches) in NLP. Our trainings are also approved by International Coach Federation (ICF, USA) for ACSTH hours, which allow a participant to become an ICF ACC Coach. This probably is the only program in the world which offers this combination of NLP & NeuroScience in course curriculum along with a path towards ICF certification. Our Master Practitioner level course is a modular based course which allows a participant to learn Team and Group Coaching, Accelerated Learning, New Code NLP (John Grinder’s approach), Coaching using Neuro Science, and the latest developments in Neuro Science, which are changing the NLP world drastically by bringing in elements of science and research into NLP. We have a large NLP Trainer and Coaches network spanning across many countries: USA, Canada, UK, Dubai, Australia, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Australia and various cities in India. We allow best post program support by having all participants in a closed whatsapp group for further clarification and mentoring by senior coaches and trainers. We allow all past participants to repeat the courses for free. We have a Franchise model for Accelerated Learning (as part of Master...

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ICF Coaching

By on May 10, 2018 in Blog |

ICF Coaching Accreditation When it comes to Accreditation for Executive Coaching, Leadership Coaching, Team Coaching, and Group Coaching for Coaches (these are more of B2B Corporate coaching engagements), having an ICF Coaching Accreditation will make a huge difference.  There are many coaches in the market these days, and many of them pose as Transformational Coaches, Life Coaches, and Peak Performance Coaches when they are not even properly trained and don’t even understand what coaching is, but just want to latch on to the branded words for some mileage. ICF coaching refers basically to ICF Certified coaches who have undergone an International Coach Federation (ICF-USA) approved training program (bare minimum 60 hours of approved ICF ACSTH training program), would have been mentored by an ICF Mentor Coach, would have coached for 100 hours, and would have cleared an ICF exam. All these steps ensure that the ICF Certified Coach is a trustworthy coach (from client’s perspective) with some skills, knows about coaching (client’s perspective), and can leverage that tag to make sure that a business pitch (coach’s perspective) to a potential client has weightage. ICF Certified Coaches are the de-facto standard when it comes to corporate coaching. Most of the corporate select coaches based on a specific coach selection criterion, and one of them most of the time is an ICF credentialed coach. ICF Coaching tag ensures that the coaches have leverage in the market space, and, they are assured that they are not put into the same category of non-credentialed coaches, which is going on in the market and creating havoc. There is a joke in the coaching industry in India. ‘Why not to become a Life Coach?’ – Go to any coffee shop, you can see around five people (Barely 20 something old) sitting there, trying to chit chat in accented (possibly won’t even have travelled outside India) sophisticated English, browsing on their apple machines, and sipping Cappuccino. They will be the Life Coaches, without any proper training. They would have copied the tag by watching some of the movies that have portrayed Life Coaching as being fancy, and we have New Generation Z Life Coaches, who have not even started their life properly yet thinking it is...

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Participants Beware!

By on Apr 25, 2018 in Blog |

Participant’s Beware! (Fraudulent Top NLP training in India) Some of the so-called top NLP training in India (as claimed by some trainers) are run by fraudulent trainers, who basically have not even completed NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Trainer level.  They shamelessly claim to be NLP Master Trainers.  The fraud does not end there, now these so-called NLP Master Trainers are creating further NLP Master Trainers as well, and calling it a value-add.  Shameful! An NLP Master Trainer tag does not come because of a training program.  It is a commitment that an NLP Trainer demonstrates, and some of the top NLP bodies like the Society of NLP (SNLP), American Board of NLP (ABNLP), Association of NLP, UK, and NLP University (Robert Dilts) have basic criteria around that.  For example, to facilitate 6+ NLP Practitioner level programs and co-facilitation requirement in 2+ NLP Master Practitioner level programs.  This is an example of how an NLP Trainer can move into a designation of an NLP Master Trainer by a decent accreditation body. Indians generally are not gullible, it is vice versa, some Indians are expert crooks who want to cheat people by portraying something which is different from reality and they shamelessly do it.  Well, it is not only Indians, we have many foreign trainers coming to India, portraying as brand ambassadors of International NLP associations, and they have created a business of cheating Indians based on how the information is being shown.  As usual, most Indians don’t pay attention and have a habit to fall for these things, including the skin color of the trainer.   The surge in NLP Trainers and NLP Coaches in India is the talk of the town, and with scores of people joining monthly the issue is going to become bigger in due course. It hurts to see this happening in NLP because something which is created to help people is being used ruthlessly to make a business out of it, that too by fooling individuals who are looking for help. The sad part is that not everybody can be warned about these things, and some people fall prey to these vultures of NLP who are full of deceit and are only interested in fooling...

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Put the missing pieces together through NLP Training

By on Apr 8, 2018 in Blog |

“You only get one chance in life, so do your best to make it count, in whatever way that is meaningful to you” There is not a single person in this world, who has not encountered challenging situations in life. Our lives can be aptly compared to a jigsaw puzzle. We keep putting the pieces together, manage to complete a puzzle only to encounter another and the process goes on and on. In this chaos, we strive to find some meaning in this madness, which many times lead us to disappointment and despair. Our lives are ruled by reactions, some pleasant, some unpleasant.  A pleasant reaction gives us joy whereas unpleasant reactions can leave many of us feeling stressed, angry or sad.  We have to deal with ourselves and other human beings, each day. Sparks are bound to fly. Negative feelings are bound to happen. What it would take, to deal with such situations would be, a strong sense of awareness and control of one’s mind and actions. Gaining this power and strength would allow us to lead fulfilling lives and be in control of the – who, what, when, why and how’s – in our lives. We could also call them question marks or limiting patterns. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques (NLP training in action) show the way to create something meaningful out of these limiting patterns.  NLP techniques during an NLP training are designed to support important and subtle skills which include dissociation, rapport building, content re-framing, modelling, anchoring, and belief change. These techniques which a participant can learn in an NLP Practitioner program in India are based on the concept that we already possess the abilities and capabilities needed to bring about the change in our lives and the lives of people we interact with.   What it takes is understand the ‘how’. Zeroing in on a specific area of our life that we want to improve, by detecting our current thought patterns, to uncover self-limiting beliefs and working on those areas to achieve positive results is what NLP training in action will helps us uncover through various techniques, mainly: Dissociation This NLP technique helps to diffuse or overcome negative feelings which might have aroused due to some...

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How to be an effective Public Speaker

By on Apr 3, 2018 in Blog |

 If you are a leader, a manager or even someone who occasionally speaks to a gathering, I am sure you must have googled the tips for how to improve speaking skills. You may also have spent considerable time on gathering information from various sources on how to be an effective public speaker. Let me start with the bad news first. There’s a term we often use in psychology, its called expert’s guilt. The term means that when you speak to an expert, they will often talk to you at a level where they “expect” you to know the basics. A simple example can be that of a computer engineer trying to explain to you how to use a computer. If you tell them that you don’t know what a VGA cable is or where the power button is located on the keyboard, they will be quite astonished. Because for them, this little piece of information is quite basic. For a computer engineer, “everyone” knows what a power button is, I mean who doesn’t? Now that’s the problem which most of us face as well as commit in our daily lives. What we often ignore are the basic behaviors which catalyze the reactions in our actions. Anyway! To cut to the chase, my point is that if you want to be effective at any skill you want to explore, start at the very basic level of “how” something works, as against “what” works, more so when it comes to how to improve speaking skills. Coming back to public speaking, whenever you observe an effective public speaker and want to seek guidance, your questions to both yourself as well as to them if you do get a chance to seek guidance, should be “how did they do it?” rather than just “what did they do”. The mistake with most of the content that I’ve seen on the internet as well as some effective public speaking experts is either the expert’s guilt, or just simply “what you need to do is…” norm that a majority of experts follow. My experience as a behavioral coach gave me an opportunity to observe some effective public speakers and an insight into the very basic actions,...

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Marketing for NLP Coaches

By on Mar 3, 2018 in Blog |

Marketing for NLP Coaches Marketing forms the heart of any business, as it is through effective marketing that a service or product is positioned in the market, and in the mind of its consumer. A well-formulated marketing plan enables effective and efficient utilization of time and resources in any business.  If you are an NLP Coach and wondering about marketing for NLP coaches, then you must read this thoroughly.  Even though we are focusing on Marketing for NLP Coaches, but these marketing trends are applicable to all businesses. The fabric of a well-woven marketing plan comprises of in-depth marketing research, Market segmentation, positioning strategies, competitive analysis, budgeting and metrics that help in cost minimization and increasing the profit margins. Hence marketing strategies are crucial in determining the success of a product or service. If we talk about today’s need of the hour, we are now into a digital era with technology being ubiquitous; hence marketing blueprint needs to be in sync with technology and trends for profit maximization and gaining a competitive edge. Let’s have a look at what will be the marketing trends in 2018 for any business. Virtual World and Implications With the revolution in internet reachability to a common man, the virtual world has become one of the most effective platforms for marketing & branding and at the same time it is emerging tremendously with new technology making place every day – may it be e-commerce business, social networking sites, emails or other.  You are just a touch away on that tiny screen from your customer, but the point is the message about the product or service must be clear and convincing to the customer and it must be showcased on the right virtual platform. Given below are some of the examples that are working wonderfully in the digital landscape and will be the most favorite in the marketing fraternity.  Some of the trends in marketing for NLP Coaches: Chatbots: Also known as talk bot, interactive agent or chatterbox, they are the new buzz word in the marketing world. They are software programmes that provide textual or auditory conversational assistance to customers and resembles as if you are talking to an individual. This is a personalized...

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