The Skill of Framing Conversation, with Jimmy Kyriacou : Ep5

How to set the frame of a conversation

Jimmy Kyriacou unpacks the skill of framing a conversation, so that you are less likely to be mis-understood, and more likely to get your message across.  We explore the world of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and Neuro-Semantics, and look at the effective communication skills of:

  • being present,
  • listening,
  • framing,
  • pre-framing,
  • post-framing, and
  • re-framing.

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About:

NLP Trainer, South AfricaJimmy Kyriacou is a former Advocate of the Supreme Court of South Africa, whose life was powerfully impacted by his discovery of NLP in 1987.

Wanting to contribute more significantly to empowering people to realize their full potential, he made the shift from the practice of law, to management consulting and training, in 1991.

He was certified as a NLP Trainer, by NLP co-developer Richard Bandler, in 1993 and has presented NLP trainings to many people since then. In 2001 he was certified as a Trainer in the cutting-edge NLP innovation of Neuro-Semantics, by its developer, Michael Hall and as a Meta Coach in 2004.

In his international consulting work, Jimmy has specialised in the areas of Strategy, Performance Management and Leadership Development. He has also been involved in a number of Modelling Projects of excellent performers in business.

Jimmy has read and studied widely in numerous fields. In addition to his Legal degrees, he holds an Honours degree in Philosophy, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from a leading international university. He is a long-time practitioner of meditation and other forms of contemporary spirituality, in particular Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory. He has an MPhil degree in Spirituality from St Augustine College and is currently completing an MPhil in Philosophy.

In his training, consulting and counselling work, Jimmy brings a high level of insight, integrity and compassion, and is known for his respectful commitment to assisting people in the fulfilment of their noblest dreams.

Contact and Info:

Website: www.inlp.co.za
Email: jimmy at inlp dot co dot za
Telephone: +27 82 570 4483

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Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Music:
“Mesmerize” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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1 Response

  1. Bonita says:

    Great interview. Very informative. Thank you!

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