NLP Techniques and Definitions
NLP consists of a set of powerful techniques to effect change. Some of these techniques are as follows, with their definitions:
The process by which an individual can access additional supportive resources when required. Some examples of this would be:
- Increase confidence levels in a testing situation.
- Increase persuasiveness in a sales situation.
- Increase effectiveness of a communication.
The process of reading another person’s internal responses in an ongoing interaction to facilitate more effective communication and enhance the achievement of outcomes.
The process of establishing a relationship with a subject that is characterised by harmony, understanding, mutual confidence, and trust. The technique requires training in reducing to a minimum the perceived difference at the unconscious level between you and the person or people you are communicating with.
A technique for turning problems into solutions through the simple use of specific patterns of language. A process used to separate a problematic behaviour from the positive intention to the internal part responsible for that behaviour. New choices of behaviour are established that maintain the positive intent but don’t have the problematic by-products.
A set of explicit mental and behavioural steps used to achieve a specific outcome. This is represented by a specific sequence of representational systems used to carry out the specific steps.
The subclassification of external experience. The decomposing into its components of a picture, sound or feeling.