BabbleWatch: Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

the “science” that was already debunked in the 70s, has made a comeback in the workshop circuit in Hollywood…/

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) describes the fundamental dynamics between mind and language and how their interplay affects our body and behaviour….
it is advertising speak and cultish brainwashing…..
Hi Donald,You’ve prompted a question in my mind as I’ve just dusted down my copy of Accelerated Learning for the 21st Century by Colin Rose and Mal Nicholl (1997).I’m worried I’ve been suckered into some new age thinking – I always thought it was a simple example of Blended Learning before the term…
I think the more you want to become more and more creative you have to not only elicit other peoples’ (plural) strategies and replicate them yourself, but also modify others’ strategies and have…
NLP, Science, and Pseudoscience A small number of vocal individuals have orchestrated a campaign of negative PR against NLP by calling it “pseudoscience.” The definition of pseudoscience is…
So many management fads – TQM, Chaos theory, excellence, and so many gurus. This free article contains information you need to know before you go head over heels over the newest management trend…
Dilbert Principle The: A Cubicle’s-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace…
Dean Burnett: The Myers-Briggs personality test is a popular tool, but may not be scientifically valid|By Dean Burnett
When it comes to accuracy, if you put a horoscope on one end and a heart monitor on the other, the MBTI falls about halfway in between….
Vox’s Joseph Stromberg says the ubiquitous personality test is a multimillion-dollar sham and a waste of corporate and US government money. Is Myers-Briggs no better than a Buzzfeed quiz?
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