The Use Of Sensory Acuity Techniques, Of Modeling, Of Anchoring, Of Calibration, Within Nlp For Improving The Activity In The Organization
The new technique by using the senses with a high sensitivity will also provide information of a high accuracy, but also a better use of the internal resources. Using two types of modeling - implicit and explicit - they will ensure both the use with a higher yield of the knowledge accumulated by people with very good results and who thus can optimize their behavior, on the other hand, it can be made an easier copy and transfer of knowledge, allowing the sequential transmission of the behavior, this thing does not affect the performance after the assimilation of information. By increasing the quality of the perceptions, both the sensory system and the general behavioral flexibility will be improved.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 15 (November)
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