What We Stand For

Feb 3, 2014 by

  1. Integrity —> to be congruent and live what we talk.  We aim to integrate of the pillars of NLP and the presuppositions of NLP in our daily life, our actions and interactions with ourselves and with others.
  2. Ethics and ecology —>  In actions and interactions with ourselves and others we use ecology check prior to making decisions or moving forward.
  3. High standard —> quality of clarity of standards in knowledge and skills. We have an agreed standard of knowledge and skills for: NLP Practitioner, NLP Master Practitioner, NLP Trainers (to be developed by the group/subgroup).
  4. Development —>  We share all developments of NLP (perhaps there can be a forum on the web site for new developments/or new developments being tested).
  5. Accepting and practicing the Practitioner and Master Practitioner Standards.  The traditional standards for 20 to 25 competencies were originally established by Leslie Cameron Bandler. Later we will seek to identify them in terms of benchmarks and measurements and decide on time frames.
  6. Professionalism —> In our daily work and practice of NLP we seek and use the best possible solutions for the client/coachee i.e. our own needs, ‘maps’ and wishes are held within ourselves and without consideration in the client/coachee contact.
  7. The presuppositions in action, thought/delivery (see 1 above).  “The map is not the territory,” “People operate by their maps rather than reality.”  “The meaning of your communication is the response you get.”  “The person with the most flexibility in a system will have the most influence.”  “You cannot not communicate.”  “People make the best choices from the range of choices available to them.”
  8. Contribution at global levels to the evolution of intelligence and wisdom (see 10 below).
  9. Clear and consistent communication at all levels of society. We aim to increase the general knowledge about NLP in the society, as well as contribute to research initiatives around NLP. We are open and receptive to any development and change as a result of research and development work in the area.
  10. Development of the human race.  Given that NLP is about individual and organizational learning, growth, understanding, cooperation, etc.


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