Entries by Alex McMillan

Interviewer Skills Webinar

Soon to be released will be our regular webinar designed to coach on interviewing skills.  This will be general skills meaning the level or type of staff is not the focus. Please email admin@successmoves.co.uk with any specific requests or questions to be covered.  Dates will be released soon.

The Challenge of Communication

The human brain can be seen as a very advanced form of computer.  Unfortunately though we are not given a user manual.  There are four reasons why communication between our sophisticated computers can so easily break down. 1. Programmes from birth (values, beliefs, learning) all different and often conflict. EG: Son, don‘t talk to strangers.  […]

How Generalisations can Expand or Limit Us

The Generalisations we and other people make will in some ways support us and them. However, they will also limit our choices and have detrimental effects.  Consider both these effects in your current daily communications. EXAMPLE 1:       My boss is extremely busy all of the time. Enhancing –  Leads you to other sources of help […]

Near instant Feeling Good

List six things that are really great in your life right now. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Print out and stick this page on the wall where you work.  Read it first thing in the morning and first thing after lunch. Simple but it will keep you in a good resourceful and positive mood.

NLP Fast Phobia Cure

It is so easy to take control of our minds and therefore our results.  Sometimes all we need is to be told a simple technique and that will quantum leap our progress.  One such example of how profoundly and quickly this can happen is the famous NLP Fast Phobia Cure.  It is all a simple […]

New Behaviour Generator

The New Behaviour Generator is a NLP strategy for generating change in your own behaviour.  You can use it to generate completely new behaviours or to improve and reinforce existing ones.  it can also be used as a valuable learning strategy, allowing you to turn failure into feedback. 1. Choose new behaviour or context. 2. […]