We relate to the world through the filters of our Enneagram type, and we relate to the world through our senses. Individual patterns for literally “making sense” of our experience are central to Neurolinguistic Programming, or NLP. We can detect sensory processing through language and through non-verbal cues such as eye movements. Join us for a brief overview of NLP and experiential learning about how to recognize the representational systems and their effects. We’ll explore the question, “How do these two understandings of human similarities and differences interact with each other?”
Lucy Freedman, speaker, author, and coach, is CEO and Founder of Syntax for Change, and applies a variety of models to help people gain greater freedom through awareness of self and others. She is certified in NLP and Transactional Analysis, studied Psychodrama, Ericksonian Hypnosis, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Social Styles, and Five Dynamics, and has had a working knowledge of the Enneagram for over 20 years. She developed the original Syntax for Change model to assist technical people to be effective leaders.