NLP Liverpool trainer joins co-creator once again

Fri, September 8th, 2017

George Cunningham heads to London to assist Richard Bandler

For the second time this year, NLP Liverpool's George Cunningham is heading to join Richard Bandler's assistant team in London.

Richard Bandler is the Co-creator of NLP and as Geroge says, "Richard draws expert NLP trainers from around the globe so it is a huge honour to be invite to London to join the assistant team."

The opportuntiy gives NLP Liverpool access to all the latest developments in NLP and personal development, which it then delivers through its own training and coaching.

The team works with government bodies, businesses of every size and sector and individuals to improve communication. George himself has 12 years experience delivering NLP training and nearly 20 years using NLP in business, coaching and personal development.

NLP Liverpool joins Liverpool & Sefton Chambers of Commerce next month to deliver two one-day NLP training courses.

On Tuesday 10 October 2017 join us for NLP for Human Resources, focusing on the use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming specifically reltated to HR professionals. This course is ideal for newly appointed first and second line-managers and working in a managerial role.

To find out more and book click here.

On Wednesday 11 October 2017 join us for NLP for Project Managers, focusing on the use of NLP techniques specifically related to effective project management. This course is ideal for Programme and Project Managers, Programme and Project Team members and project administrative staff.

To find out more and book click here.

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