- Identify personal communication preference
- Recognise communication preferences of others
- Communicate more effectively with others who communicate differently
- Discover how to increase productivity and motivation
- Learn how to exchange information more accurately
- Gain flexibility in striving to match another person's communication style
What to order: You will need 1 paper or online assessment per participant. For maximum benefit, purchase 1 Facilitator Guide per trainer.
Improve on-the-job communication skills, interpersonal relationships, and productivity with the revised and expanded Neurolinguistic Communication Profile (NCP). Based on the powerful model of Neurolinguistic Programming™, the NCP enables participants to identify their unconscious preferences toward one of three sensory channels used in filtering and communicating information: auditory, visual, or kinesthetic.
NCP Learning Outcomes:
- Recognise one’s communication preference – and those of others
- Communicate more effectively with others who have different communication preferences
- Understand how conflicts occur when communication preferences differ
- Discover how to increase productivity, motivation, and the accurate exchange of information
- Gain flexibility in striving to match another person’s communication style
By analysing communication preferences, individuals are able to determine the relative strengths and weaknesses of their own communication styles and therefore develop strategies to increase flexibility and build rapport with others.
Effective when used as a stand-alone instrument as well as a component in a larger training programme focusing on communication, learning, selling skills, marketing, problem-solving, management, coaching, and other topics.
How it Works
The Neurolinguistic Communication Profile starts with a self-assessment that takes individuals approximately 20 minutes to complete. Individuals respond to 65 items relating to communication. The result is a set of scores in each of the three dimensions: Sensory Modality, Thinking Style, and Preferred Mode of Expression. Combining these results produces an Overall Communication Profile. The NCP also includes a quick assessment of rapport allowing individuals to look at communication strengths and weaknesses with another individual.
Facilitator Set Table of Contents:
- History and Overview of the Neurolinguistic Communication Model
- Neurolinguistic Communication Profile Background
- Scoring the NCP
- Interpreting the NCP
- Exercises to Increase Flexibility and Fit
- A Quick Assessment of Rapport
- Exercises to Increase Awareness and Flexibility
- Technical Development
- HRDQ Related Materials
- Sample Half-Day Training Design At-A-Glance
- Sample Half-Day Training Design
- Communication Mastery Skills
- General Information
- Rapport: Mirroring and Matching
- Senses: The Preferred Sensory Modalities
to identify and understand communication preferences
Individuals at all levels
James P. Eicher, John E. Jones, PhD, William L. Bearley, EdD, Tony Jeary, and Kevin Grant