The purpose of the "Strategies of Genius" series is to analyze influential historical figures using the tools of neuro-linguistic programming in order to identify their strategies so they can be utilized in other contexts. This volume analyzes Aristotle, Sherlock Holmes, Walt Disney, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Skills for the Future are those skills which will allow us to effectively and ecologically define, move toward and manage the future amid the challenges of uncertainty and change. The two basic goals for developing skills for the future are to 1) improve performance and 2) manage change. Reaching these objectives involves competence in such areas as learning, leadership and, perhaps most importantly, creativity. The focus of this book is on how the cognitive and behavioral technologies of Neuro-Linguistic Programming may be used to develop and apply personal and organizational learning strategies together with communication and leadership skills to manage the processes of "creating the future."
The purpose of this book is to examine the structure and principles of creativity in order to enhance and supplement the creativity and productivity of individuals, teams and organizations. The behavioral technology provided by Neuro-Linguistic Programming makes explicit the strategies and steps involved in the creative process on a number of different levels.
Generative Collaboration is the second volume of the Success Factor Modeling<.i> series by renowned author and consultant Robert Dilts. Learn to release the creative power of collective intelligence.
This volume studies the cognitive strategies of Sigmund Freud, Leonardo da Vinci, and Nikola Tesla to uncover their unique strategies for healing, change, and creativity.
The purpose of this book is to provide some of the key practical communication and relational skills necessary to make effective presentations.