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Change is now an understatement! However, we are not defined by external events and changes. We are defined by our chosen responses.
If you want to learn about a map that will guide you in your personal development journey. If you want to drastically expand your communication abilities. If you want to be a leader of transformation and a great facilitator of your teams to embrace change. Then these will be a couple of hours well invested.
During the seminar we are going to learn and discuss the Neurological Levels Model of NLP. It’s one of the most effective Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) tools to influence learning, communications and change.
We are going to discuss and experience how to apply the model to align external and internal resources to achieve desired Goals for ourselves and our teams.
The Neurological Levels Model is created by Robert Dilts and is Based on Logical Levels of Learning and Change of Gregory Bateson, which is influenced by Bertrand Russell’s “Theory of logical types” (set theory).
The model can be applied to numerous areas of interest for the Project Managers like Personal and Team development, Communication with internal and external Stakeholders, Change Management, Alignment with Organisational Vision, Mission & Goals and can be a great tool for Benchmarking & Modelling of Excellence.
During the seminar we will cover the model details and learn how to use it. We are going to have a couple of workshops to integrate the knowledge and test how this can be applied to expand out communication influence and how we can adapt to change.
George Diakonikolaou is the Managing director of “Project Management Coach” LTD. A company offering executive coaching, organization’s development and training services, in the areas of Leadership, Transformation Management, Project Management and Business Development.
George Diakonikolaou is a Certified PMP and a PMI UK Chapter member and has extensive experience in Project Management Education and Consulting and has educated more than four thousand professionals in Project Management topics the last twenty years in Europe, Asia, USA and South America.
He has received his First Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in National Technical University of Athens (NTUA, 1987) and his M.Sc. (1988) and Ph.D. (1992) in Computer Science in University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). He has worked in the Software services sector and in the Telecommunications Sector as an R&D division manager.
He is Visiting Faculty, teaching Project Management in Bradford Business School U.K. and in the Athens International MBA in Greece. He is also teaching Project Management at Brunel Business School in London, as part of the “employability” program.
George is the co-founder and Vice President (2006-2012, responsible for Events and Special Projects) of the PMI Chapter in Greece; he has chaired more than fifteen international conferences in Project Management and more than 30 national events on the subject. George was also a member of the
“Internal Reviewers Team” for the Project Management Body of Knowledge 5th edition.
George is one of the founding members of the Hellenic Coaching Association (HCA), which is the local Chapter of the EMCC (European Mentoring & Coaching Council). From April 2012 to Feb 2014 he served as a member of the Board of Directors of the HCA.
He is an associate of the IMPACT Diploma of Executive Coaching and Organizational Development. George is also an ABNLP Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Trainer, and a Master Practitioner a Master NLP Coach, a Master Time-Line Therapy Practitioner and a Master Hypnosis Practitioner, as well as TLT® Trainer, Hypnosis Trainer and NLP Coach Trainer. He has worked since 2012 to integrate NLP and Project Management methodologies, focusing on communication skills for Project and Business Leaders.
A Zoom link will be sent prior to the workshop
|Event Date||20-07-2021 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||20-07-2021 6:00 pm|
|Cut off date||19-07-2021 9:00 am|