Training Session – NLP skills for a better life

Training Session – NLP skills for a better life

Hosted by: Colin Friedman


Event Description

William Spiers, Master Practitioner NLP and UK RTITB Trainer will outline the basics for those wishing to improve their own life or their organisations progress.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is an extremely powerful concept. It is said by many to contain the most accessible, positive and useful aspects of modern psychology, and so can be helpful in virtually every aspect of personal and inter-personal relations. NLP has many beneficial uses for self-development, and for businesses and organizations
The experience of undergoing NLP training is a life-changing one for many people, and its techniques offer substantial advantages to people performing most roles in organisations
NLP techniques help particularly by making it possible for people to:
  • Set clear goals and define realistic strategies
  • Coach new and existing staff to help them gain greater satisfaction from their contribution
  • Understand and reduce stress and conflict
  • Improve new customer relationship-building and sales performance
  • Enhance the skills of customer care staff and reduce customer loss
  • Improve people’s effectiveness, productivity and thereby profitability
William has pragmatic experience using these skills for over a period of twenty years.
Time: 18 March 7:00pm – 8:0pm
Venue: Zeta Bar, Hilton Beijing, 1 Dong Fang Road, North Dongsanhuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
中国北京市朝阳区东三环北路东方路一号北京希尔顿酒店二层 Google Maps & Directions
Nearest Subway: Liangmaqiao Exit B
This training session is free for people attending the networking event.
RSVP Options:
• Training session: 125RMB
• 125RMB combined ticket that includes the training session and the networking evening
A second drink card is available for only 25RMB
For any questions and to register please email us at:info@fcgroup.orgor call us: 139 1109 8002



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