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MindBridge NLP Coach Certification Training

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  1. 1 - Introduction to NLP and Professional Life Coaching
    8 Topics
  2. 2 - Fundamentals of Influential Communication
    5 Topics
  3. 3 - Characteristics of Excellence in Communication
    2 Topics
  4. 4 - a. Identifying Thinking Styles
    1 Topic
    1 Quiz
  5. 4 - b. Rapport
  6. 5 - a. Values Clarification
  7. 5 - b. Submodalities
  8. 6 - a. Anchoring Techniques
    2 Topics
  9. Managers as Coaches
  10. 7 - Clarifying Communication
    5 Topics
  11. 7 - a. Power of Questions
  12. 7 - b. Intake- Initial Pre-Coach Session
  13. 8 - Criteria
    3 Topics
  14. 8 - a. Perceptual Flexibility - Perceptual Position Quiz
    3 Topics
  15. 8 - b Well Formed Outcomes
    3 Topics
  16. 9 - 3 NLP Techniques Demonstrations
  17. 10 - Identifying Mind Maps
  18. 10- a. Meta Program Psychometric Quizzes
  19. 10 - b. Key Meta Program Patterns Explained
    7 Topics
  20. 10 - c. NLP Coach Session Demonstration
  21. 10 - d. Evaluation Forms -Outcome Coach Session
  22. 10 - e. Evaluation Video of NLP Coaching Demonstration
  23. 11 - NLP Coaching Sessions
    2 Topics
  24. 11 - a. Evaluation of Demo - Categories of Experience
  25. 11 - b. Directionalizing the Session
  26. 12 - Insights and Just for the fun of it!
Lesson 15, Topic 1
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Well Formed Outcome Demonstration – Full Version

Jerry November 24, 2020
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Download the Evaluation Form. Print it and fill it out after watching the video. You can go back over the video and pick up anything you may have missed.

* Bring the filled out Evaluation to the next session for group discussions.

Demonstration of Well Formed Outcome Elicitation


  1. Well-formed Outcome begins with the client defining what they want stated in the positive. The Coach asks clarifying questions to clearly define the context. Sensory terms are used by the client in clarifying what they want. The Coach provides ongoing feedback as to their understanding of the clients situation and what they want. Chunking down is useful in gaining greater detail for understanding the context of this particular situation. Using Deletion comparative the client is able to describe the distinction between what is working and when its not. Identifying outside resources when a similar situation comes up, the client has identified one specifically and others as additional resources. The client has acknowledged the simplification of the “projects” was a resolution that eliminated the overwhelmed sense and the action behind no action – STOP. The simplification strategy was chunking down stages of a large project into many smaller more manageable projects with deadlines. a distinction of projects vs hobbies and how everyday strategies framed hobbies in a different perspective than projects. A different strategy was used.
    The coach consistently back tracked as the client went through the process and at times more information was revealed. Bottom line : The client wanted clarity and focus and ability to complete projects – why start a project if you don’t complete it. The client was able to move forward in time with a strategy that will enable her to achieve her outcomes with projects and with hobbies. She conformed this is self-initiated and she is in control of the finishing projects and hobbies. She agreed to accountability both with the coach, Xavier and herself. This shift and outcome is ecological.