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by Sue Knight


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Sue Knight's previous book "NLP At Work" has long been a favourite recommendation of mine to NLP newcomers wanting ideas to use in a business context. Would her latest work, subtitled How to Model What Works in Business to Make it Work for You, match up?

Sue Knight's previous book "NLP At Work" has long been a favourite recommendation of mine to NLP newcomers wanting ideas to use in a business context. Would her latest work, subtitled How to Model What Works in Business to Make it Work for You, match up? By taking modelling as her central theme, Sue Knight has finally grasped the nettle which has deterred so many in the past. NLP has always been about, and the result of, modelling.

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Would her latest work, subtitled How to Model What Works in Business to Make it Work for You, match up? By taking modelling as her central theme, Sue Knight has finally grasped the nettle which has deterred so many in the past. Yet I can think of no single mainstream NLP book which really addresses this strand, although Martin Roberts' recent pieces for Rapport and Robert Dilts' "Modelling with NLP" are starting to examine it. However, I find it somewhat ironic that a business book is finally the one to appear.

Sue Knight pioneered the use of NLP in business, is a leading consultant .

Sue Knight pioneered the use of NLP in business, is a leading consultant and speaker and the author of the bestselling NLP at Work. She is the founder of the Sue Knight Partnership - an international business consultancy that provides tailor-made eduction and training in NLP, change from within, and the principles of the learning organization.

In this sequel to her best-selling introduction NLP at Work, Sue Knight focuses on how to model what really works in business to make it really work for you.

NLP at Work has sold over 100,000 copies and is one of the most popular books ever published on the practical skills of NLP and how it can be applied in business

NLP at Work has sold over 100,000 copies and is one of the most popular books ever published on the practical skills of NLP and how it can be applied in business. Clear, readable and jargon free, this book will help you get to the essence of what makes you and your business excellent and unique. Download from free file storage.

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My work includes and goes beyond NLP in my aim to support us all to discover our unsuspected greatness in this chaotic, challenging and turbulent world. Life is very much easier and so much richer than most of us make it. Simply all we need to do is to learn to love and to show it. What I address over and over again is HO. .Sincerely, Sue Knight.

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Following up on the stunning success of her previous bestseller, NLP at Work , internationally acclaimed trainer, speaker, and consultant Sue Knight fills a major gap for a practical, real-world guide to making NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) work in business today. In her characteristically clear, jargon-free, and reader-friendly style, Knight has written the most comprehensive fieldbook to what is truly the heart of NLP: how any organization can achieve excellence by modeling companies and individuals who have achieved success by being true to who they are.

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Wohald
Sue Knight's previous book "NLP At Work" has long been a favourite recommendation of mine to NLP newcomers wanting ideas to use in a business context. Would her latest work, subtitled How to Model What Works in Business to Make it Work for You, match up?
By taking modelling as her central theme, Sue Knight has finally grasped the nettle which has deterred so many in the past. NLP has always been about, and the result of, modelling. Yet I can think of no single mainstream NLP book which really addresses this strand, although Martin Roberts' recent pieces for Rapport and Robert Dilts' "Modelling with NLP" are starting to examine it. However, I find it somewhat ironic that a business book is finally the one to appear. Perhaps business folk are more concerned with results than with theoretical purity, in contrast to some other professions? This book is very clearly about results first, and technique in support of results, rather than instead of them.
The book is structured in two parts. The first deals with the Modelling Process itself, while the second examines various Applications of NLP to Business. I think this is a pretty shrewd juxtaposition - the enthusiasts for process can enjoy the first part, while those who may yet to be convinced of the power of their own thinking can go straight to a relevant place in the second. And while there's not much NLP that's new, the whole thing is alive with Sue's stories, examples and anecdotes which help the reader build their understanding.
The section on the modelling process starts off nicely with the idea that modelling is something which effective people do anyway. The chapter on "How to Model" addresses the kinds of things which might be interesting to a modeller (thoughts, beliefs, actions), and a bit on how to go about modelling - including asking your subject to do the business rather than talk about it. TOTE patterns are also included here. We then move on to "thinking about thinking", filters and metaprograms, including big/small chunk, past/present/future and many others. VAK is addressed in terms of thinking styles too, with nice up-to-date examples from racing driver Michael Shumacher.
VAK comes into the next chapter on language as well, which draws attention to the fundamentally metaphorical nature of language. Sue gives some good modelling questions here, keeping a balance between practicalilty and the "big ideas". Finally, neurological levels is presented as a good framework for modelling. I particularly like the "extra" bit here on "environmental metamessages" - the ways in which small details of offices can speak volumes about the culture of the organisation for better or worse.
The applications section starts with some general and well made observations about the context which NLP occupies in the business sector. Sue Knight goes on to examine teams, selling, training, coaching, telemarketing and leadership through her NLP lens. As ever, these sections are packed with real-life case studies which help bring the material to life as well as pointing up Sue's experience and authority.
Sue has retained the jargon-free style and good visual presentation of her first book, and this work is easy to read and navigate. It is well aimed at a wide market - a good place for new or newish readers to start, and maybe not one for the archbishops. I was glad to see eye accessing cues relegated to an appendix - maybe next time we can go one step further and leave it out altogether?
So, Sue Knight hits the target once again. Finally we have a book focussed on modelling - the key part of NLP, and not always the most obvious - for the informed leader and manager. It's crammed with great examples from actual organisations, and places NLP in context alongside MBTI, TQM and other existing ideas. The book deserves a place in any forward-thinking manager's schedule.
Ffan
What can I say that hasn't been said already? NLP Solutions is the long- awaited sequel to NLP at Work but stands in its own right. Sue has an easy style which speeds up the process of understanding the uses of NLP in the workplace. She engages the reader into the subject easily and provides such clean examples of how NLP works, you can apply the techniques immediately and make that difference. Sarah Bacon
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Are you ready to go beyond the basic skills to the heart of NLP and learn how to model? In reading NLP Solutions Sue Knight guides you on a journey of discovery. Sue brings to life the fascinating experience of how you too can become aware of the difference that makes the difference in successful businesses today. NLP Solutions is accessible, well written and jargon free. Sue offers real insights into how successful organisations have translated the concepts that many of us have learnt in our training and applied them to the real needs facing many businesses today e.g. High-performance Coaching, Personal Selling Skills and Managing and Improving the Relationships. Sue shares her discoveries of patterns of experience and behaviours in ways that are easily understood, encouraging you to think about your own patterns and choices. By reading NLP Solutions you will quickly grasp what already works in other businesses today. Prepare to have your own learning accelerated and your confidence raised in knowing how you can expand on the models presented to create exceptional performance in your own life and the business in which you work.
Tisicai
Most business leaders are acutely aware that the quality of their leadership is increasingly crucial, not just in strategic terms but as role models of excellence for every member of their team. Leading edge organisations of the future will be those so called 'Learning Organisations' where every member is organically adding increasing value to the business daily. And if you really want to know how to get there, this book captures it beautifully. Sue explains how NLP is currently being applied in organisations in many different ways and contexts and with exceptional results. She does this with amazing ease and pragmatism despite the fact that she is describing a revolution in the development of our organisations. If you want to know how to make giant leaps in the development of your leadership, your people and your business, this is a must.
Coiriel
It is not that I didn't like this book, as I always find tidbits of information in most books I read. As far as NLP books go, this one swims through some fresh ideas though never reaching shore. It is suppose to cover how to model what works in business, though I doubt I could model one after reading this book with out getting lots of additional information elsewhere
Pad
THIS BOOK IS DESIGNED TO ANSWER THE QUESTION - HOW CAN I USE NLP IN BUSINESS AND IN LIFE. IT IS PERSONAL AS WELL AS BEING A FIELDBOOK ON WHAT WORKS IN BUSINESS AND ITS AUTHOR IS CONCERNED WITH THE VALUES THAT MATTER IN THE WORLD TODAY. THIS BOOK IS IMPORTANT IN THE CONTEXT OF ALL THE CHANGES AND CRISES THAT WE ARE EXPERIENCING IN OUR WORLD AT LARGE. IN PARTICULAR IT SHOWS US HOW WE CAN MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE THROUGH THE WORK THAT WE DO. THIS BOOK BUILDS SIGNIFICANTLY ON THE AUTHORS PREVIOUS SUCCESSFUL BOOK - NLP AT WORK
Berenn
This book is a must for all managers who wish to influence others and positevely enhance their own lives. The book is full of stories and real live examples which Sue has been actively involved as a practitioner.I have already purchased 40 copies for Chief Executive colleagues and those that have dipped into are already making changes.
No citations, no references, few concrete recommendations or techniques...just one big warm and fuzzy "sell job" on NLP. A weak, weak book.
NLP Solutions: How to Model What Works in Business and Make It Work For You (People Skills for Professionals) download epub
Business Culture
Author: Sue Knight
ISBN: 185788227X
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Business Culture
Language: English
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing (May 11, 1999)
Pages: 256 pages