Neuro-linguistic Programming and budgeting
|Event:||Neuro-linguistic Programming and budgeting|
Speaker: Doug Stokoe FCCA, Chair of the Corporate Sector Network Panel and Finance and HR Director, BBG Distribution Ltd
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created in the 1970s. While the original goals of neuro-linguistic programming were therapeutic, the patterns have also been adapted for use outside psychotherapy for interpersonal communications and persuasion including business communication, management training, sales, sports, and interpersonal influence, used for coaching, team building, public speaking, negotiation, and communication. Doug Stokoe will look at how NLP can be applied in budgeting.
|Date:||06 Dec 2012|
|Duration:||6.30pm - 7.30pm|
|Venue:||ACCA Headquarters, 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn.|
|London WC2A 3EE|
|Booking:||Event outline & booking information|
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