Sleight of Mouth is about the magic of words and language. Language is one of the key representational systems from which we build our mental models of the world, and has a tremendous influence upon how we perceive and respond to the world around us.
In May 1988 the authors conducted a modeling project to identify the strategies and beliefs of four vital and active elderly Dutch people. This article is a description of this project and its results.
The inspiring story of Patricia Dilts' remission from breast cancer - told from her perspective, in her own words.
This book examines some of the essential skills and tools that are required to bring about change and “create a world to which people want to belong.”
The purpose of behavioral modeling is to create a pragmatic map or 'model' of a particular behavior which can be used to reproduce or simulate some aspect of that performance by anyone who is motivated to do so.
This book defines the types of contexts and situations which require the Coach to focus on one of these roles - caretaker, guide, coach, teacher, mentor, sponsor, awakener - and provides a specific toolbox for each role. In other words, it provides a comprehensive tool set to be used by an effective coach to manage the entire scope of Coaching activities- from caretaking to awakening.
The Success Factor Modeling™ (SFM™) process is a unique approach to competency building originated and developed by Dilts Strategy Group. The SFM™ process is designed to identify and apply the critical success factors necessary to promote growth and development of emerging growth technology companies.
Dynamic Learning is about a revolutionary new approach to learning and teaching. In this book, Robert Dilts and Todd Epstein present leading edge methods and techniques that improve the ability to learn in a variety of areas.
Robert Dilts and Stephen Gilligan truly take you on a voyage of self-discovery. The Hero’s Journey examines the questions: How can you live a meaningful life? What is the deepest life you are called to, and how can you respond to that call?