Last week Joe and I were at the NLP Conference in London and so this week I am breaking from my series on Self-care to share our experiences with you.
Judith Delozier and Judith Lowe presented the Maser Class, Passion in Action
The Conference takes place over three days. The first day is always a Master Class from leading NLP Trainers from around the world. This year was no exception. The speakers were Judith Delozier and Judith Lowe and the topic was “Passion in Action”.
Melody and Joe presenting again at the NLP Conference
Day two and three of the Conference consist of six streams of parallel sessions on a range of topics. This year Joe and I had separate sessions.
My session was first thing on Saturday morning and my topic was
Core Transformations. One of the reasons I ran this session was as an introduction to the work of Connirae Andreas. Connirae will be delivering the Master Class on The Wholeness Work in 2020.
I am excited to announce that we (GWiz NLP) will be hosting a further three days training with Connirae the weekend after the Conference (more details to follow).
Joe also ran a session on Saturday entitles The Language of Unconscious Bias. If any of you would like a copy of his notes contact me direct and I will forward them to you as a pdf.
Our Saturday was very busy with Joe and I chairing the annual meeting of the NLP Leadership Summit. This group is made of up NLP Leaders from around the world united in a vision to “change the future and pull the field of NLP together”.
What happened at the NLP Awards
Saturday evening was all about the NLP Awards. Joe was the MC for the third year in a row. He was planning to stand down but had so much fun he as agreed to MC next year as well.
Judith Delozier was presented with the Life Time Achievement Awards which was richly deserved. The Award was presented by two other NLP leaders, Robert Dilts and Stephen Gilligan.
I was short listed for the NLP Research Award and was a runner up. The winner was Lucas Derks, whose work on Social Panorama and other allied projects made him a very worthy winner.
Socialising and having fun at the NLP Conference
One of the other aspects of the NLP Conference that Joe and I love is the wonderful social element. Our GWiz NLP Stand became a meeting place and was our base.
We met with many friends from around the world and also made some new connections. It was lovely to see so many people attending the Conference who either began their NLP journey with us or attended a course a long the way.
Thank you to Karen Falconer, Kash Falconer and their team for organising yet another brilliant Conference.
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