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(application)

NLP

(networking)
Network Layer Protocol.

NLP

(Natural Language Processing) See natural language recognition.
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Her PhD thesis was A Study of Neurolinguistic Programming and its Impact on Personality, Cognition and Organizational Behaviour.
Part 4 looks at areas for continuing professional development, such as transpersonal coaching and neurolinguistic programming.
Then she studied neurolinguistic programming, social dynamics and conversational hypnosis - changing people's behaviour subconsciously, and soon realised she could change both her life and other women's lives.
SO Famous Corporate Etiquette courses include everything from CV writing to neurolinguistic programming and business attire.
Brainwashed us: Obama convinced Americans to vote for him by using neurolinguistic programming.
Using a modified neurolinguistic programming swish pattern with couple parasuicide and suicide survivors.
Beginning in 2000, I spent a couple of years training as a neurolinguistic programming (NLP) practitioner.
It's not actually her job, however, it's the job her neurolinguistic programming (NLP) partner does, and this is an exercise in "mirroring".
Lesley Broadhead has also opened a clinic in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, to meet growing demand for treatments including hypnotherapy, neurolinguistic programming (NLP) and energy psychology.
Readers of this magazine may now recognize a link with Neurolinguistic Programming, a recent development described in The Structure of Magic, I and II--books about language, therapy, communication and change.
He said he has an associate's degree in marketing, a bachelor's degree in business administration, neurolinguistic programming training and is a certified nursing assistant/home health care aide.
Introduced in the 1970s, neurolinguistic programming (NLP) is a way of talking and thinking that can cause sustainable behavioral change (Henwood & Lister, 2007).