The NLP Professional: Creative a More Professional, Effective and Successful NLP Business

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Panoma Press Limited, 2011 - Neurolinguistic programming - 192 pages
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The NLP Professional is about considering the field of NLP as a professional one. It is about making connections between your actions as a practitioner of NLP, and considering how these could possibly impact upon your business and the professional field of NLP, which is still in its infancy. The NLP Professional is about looking at NLP from a different perspective - it is about chunking up and considering NLP as a field of practice; applying perceptual positions and some of the useful tools and techniques we have learned to the field of NLP, and collectively accepting responsibility for taking NLP to the next level. This book will question some of the current practices in the field, and challenge whether these are ultimately useful if the desired outcome is to raise the profile of NLP and create a profession which has credibility, respect and recognition, and can stand proudly alongside other helping professions.

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Karen Moxom is the Managing Director of the Association for NLP, an independent award winning social enterprise specialising in membership services for NLP Professionals. She is motivated to do the best she can to help NLP become more credible, so it will be embraced by the education system and will positively influence more young people, like her own two sons, to achieve their full potential. As well as running ANLP, Karen is the editor of Rapport, the magazine for NLP Professionals, and the publisher of Acuity and the NLP Research Journal, Current Research in NLP. Before taking over the reins at ANLP, Karen was a management accountant and trainer, and ran her own company which focussed on facilitating small businesses to manage their finances more effectively. Until recently she was Chair of Governors at her son's school, she is a Scout helper and she is part of the Developing Special Provision Locally Parent Reference group for Hertfordshire County Council. She was awarded Hertfordshire Woman of the Year in the 2009 Hertfordshire Business Awards. She is a single mum, and lives in Hertfordshire with her sons and their two cats. Karen can be contacted by email at You will find Karen on Linked In and Twitter, and you can follow her personal blog on

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