Licensed Business Practitioner of NLP™ for Pharmaceutical Professionals

Our Licensed Business Practitioner of NLP™ for Pharmaceutical Professionals is the U.K.’s first ever programme designed by Pharmaceutical Professionals for Pharmaceutical Professionals!

Certified by both

The Society of NLP

The Society of NLP is the largest and oldest NLP training body in the world. Founded in 1979, it is recognised as the only licensed NLP certification body that is certified by NLP co-founder Dr Richard Bandler. The President of the Society is John LaValle.

AND

The CPD certification Service!

The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. The CPD Certification Service provides support, advice and recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.

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Our Licensed Business Practitioner of NLP™ for Pharmaceutical Professionals will give you the skills and insight required to unlock your true potential. If you want to take your career to the next level in:

 

  • Sales

  • Marketing

  • Medical Scientific Liaison

  • Management

  • Market Access

  • Training

  • Field Coaching

This is the course for you!

 

 

We are pleased to welcome you to our licensed business practitioner of NLP™ for Pharmaceutical Professionals course, which is available in 2 formats.

 

  • Either our 7-day fast track programme or

  • Our modular programme consisting of modules split over several weeks.

Each day of the programme is structured as follows:

 

Day 1

Introductions and objectives – learn about your fellow participants, their backgrounds and discuss your goals and their goals for becoming NLP Business Practitioners.

The Pharmaceutical Challenge – discuss the biggest challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry in general and the challenges facing you specifically in your role. As your programme progresses you will be able to reflect on these challenges and how your growing understanding of NLP can help you to meet these challenges.

The background to NLP – learn about the origins of NLP and how NLP has developed in to a global phenomenon that has helped millions of people worldwide.

The Presuppositions of NLP – learn about the building blocks of NLP and how these can be applied to you and your role within pharma. Learn how these presuppositions will lead to a greater understanding of your customers, your colleagues and yourself!

 

Day 2

Representational Systems and enhanced communication – learn how we all “represent” the external world internally through our senses.

Understand your preferred representational system(s) and learn how to identify the preferred representational systems of customers and colleagues by listening to their language patterns with intent.

Learn how to change your language patterns and body language to build rapport quickly and effectively in order to influence others more effectively.

 

Day 3

Representational Systems and enhanced communication (continued)

Internal state control – Working in pharmaceuticals is tough for lots of reasons. This section will teach you how to create and access productive internal states easily and effectively. For example, imagine being able to access an extremely confident state prior to an important presentation to your K.O.L.’s or imagine being able to access a more focused state before having a challenging conversation with a colleague, employee or your manager!

 

Day 4

The Meta Model™ – Listening with intent

Developed by Dr. Richard Bandler and John Grinder (the co creators of NLP) The Meta Model is an extremely powerful tool that allows us to listen with intent to what is being said and what is not being said by our customers and colleagues.

The Meta model allows us to identify language patterns and challenge these appropriately.

You will learn how to identify these language patterns and how to challenge them effectively to create a greater level of rapport and understanding between your customers, your colleagues and yourself.

 

Day 5

The Milton model – questioning with intent

Milton Erikson was one of the leading psychiatrists of his day. His work lead to the creation of the Milton model. In learning how to use the Milton model you will learn how to use language more effectively in order to communicate with your customers and colleagues.

 

Day 6

Programmed for strategic succes
We are all like computers and run programmes all of the time. Some of these programmes are successful, some of them less so.

In this part of your programme you will learn how to identify your own internal programmes, run the programmes that work more often and delete or modify programmes that do not work for you.

More importantly you will learn how to identify the decision making strategies of your customers and colleagues and use these to crate more effective win – win outcomes!

 

Day 7

Validation 

On this, you final day of your Licensed Business Practitioner of NLP, you will work in groups to consolidate you understanding of NLP and how you can apply this to your own situations within the workplace.

Each participant will create an individual action plan to continue their learning and practical application long after this programme has been completed.

There is a maximum of 20 participants on each programme, so book now to ensure your place!

Do not hesitate to contact us on either 0800 2922450 or email us by clicking on THIS LINK We promise to get back to you within 24 hours.