NLP at Work

The Essence of Excellence, 3rd Edition (People Skills for Professionals)
Narrated by: Sean Pratt
Length: 14 hrs and 30 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Since the first edition, NLP at Work has pioneered the use of neurolinguistic programming (NLP) in the business world to improve communication, negotiation, teamwork, and influence. With more 100,000 copies sold and now in its third edition, NLP at Work is a clear and comprehensive introduction to using NLP in the workplace, with a unique personal style and approach.

©2010 Sue Knight (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC

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No Other way to exist with success

Being able to change your state at will and influence the states of others (at will) is an invaluable skill. This book helped open my eyes even more to this reality. In the hands of well meaning people this could be a catalyst to change the world for the better. Tjat being said the most important concept os to be able to change self.

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Narcisistic useless

Repetitive, self proclaiming, lots of : my work, my life, I am lucky to do, I coached many leaders. The chapter on provocative therapy is a useless joke.
Very generic, lot of useless wording, does not teach NLP explains what it is in a very broad, boring and narcissistic way.
Take a good class in NLP by a reputable school or from the creators themselves whom are still alive and willing to teach.
Who wants to listen to a narcissistic self proclaiming author?
Useless book. Take a class.

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One wood, ugh....

the valuable information presented here could of been presented in under an hour, the narrator is a man reading, in a effeminate voice, listening to this reading was difficult at best, unless you just want to know more about sue knight, were she lived, some of her achievements, and her passion for cycling, and her relationship with her husband, than this may be for you, as a guide for NLP I would not recommend this book.

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I was expecting more practicle suggestions

as I said, is a great book full of examples and well written but is not hands on as the title suggests. expect another pletora of anecdotes with some tips. all together inspirational and well written. Is a must read.

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Practical Insights & Tools Essential for Success.

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Practical, Enlightening & Essential

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NLP At Work is a feast of practical & powerful principles and distinctions for relational mastery.
It has enhanced my personal and professional life, as well, it has deepened the service I offer the clients I coach, train and mentor.
Gratitude for this masterpiece.

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thank you

listen to it all the time, thank you for the way you have written it

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Just cant have one !!

Not enough with just reading one chapter...you just need to keep going on listening. Definitely will listen to it several more times!

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Great Book

A very informative book with great real world examples of how to use nlp. Quality narration.

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  • Herman
  • 02-26-16

Led by example

For everyone who would like to get to know NLP. For both novice and more expert NLP 'practitioners'.

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  • Demetri
  • 03-06-16

Excellent overview of NLP

This is an excellent overview of NLP and is very comprehensive. Well worth a listen by anyone who wants to know more about NLP

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-27-19

This is proven not to work

Studies showed that this technique does not work. Useless book. Can t be reviewed in more than 15 words :)

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  • Tay Lor
  • 09-10-16

A lot of nonsense

Really not worth the money, no content of any substance, just the usual same style of presentation used in all nonsense self help books. I was hoping for some in depth information on NLP and how it may be interpreted and used, no such luck unfortunately. Don't get this book.

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