Traditionally, the quality of NLP training can be evaluated on the lineage of the trainer. So, if trainers were trained by the two co-creators or their first generation students or co-developers of NLP, then quality might be assumed.
The training lineage is still important, but we should not automatically assume quality; you need to evaluate trainers not just based on their lineage, but their conduct, training methods and results.
Do these trainers walk the talk, are they effective communicators when they communicate with you, do they practice their art professionally and also consider their training methods.
It also pays to verify the trainer’s training qualifications and compare with other reputable NLP trainers training organisations.
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