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Bulletin 2022.2 - Unified Code of Ethics

In this issue:

  • NLP Unified Code of Ethics
    For the first time in the history of NLP, the main global NLP associations have created and adopted a Unified Code of Ethics.
  • New informational Videos and Documents
    On IANLP's competence orientation and the new Quality Assurance System for Fellow Member Trainers of the IANLP.

Announcing the NLP Unified Code of Ethics

Bulletin 2022.2 - Unified Code of Ethics

Main global NLP Associations have agreed on a shared Code of Ethics

For the first time in the history of NLP, the main global associations have created and adopted a NLP Unified Code of Ethics.

  • Enable better self-regulation;
  • Raise standards of practice;
  • Building trust for the public.

When in 2011, the coaching world announced that the main professional bodies had worked together to develop a unified charter (effectively their code of ethics) for coaching and mentoring, this was a fantastic leap forward for the coaching sector. It showed how the professional bodies were working together to make it easier to self-regulate and raise standards of practice.

Of course, NLP is known for modelling best practice so, in recent months, the main globally authoritative NLP Associations have been generatively collaborating to develop something similar for the same reasons…to enable better self-regulation and raise standards of practice for the delivery of NLP services.

On April 1, 2022 the NLP Unified Code of Ethics was officially launched and has been adopted by ANLP International CIC (ANLP), International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (IANLP), International Association of NLP Institutes (IN) and International NLP Trainers Association (INLPTA).

In a field which has been known to model division in the past, the Unified Code of Ethics represents great teamwork, flexible and dynamic decision-making between all the Associations.  This is driven by mutual respect, modelling of the NLP presuppositions and a cohesive desire to bring unity, professionalism and even more credibility to our field.

The Associations share the Unified Code of Ethics and each Association has its own Code of Ethical Conduct that fully complements it.

We have many reasons to be grateful for the positive benefits of NLP each and every day and this move by our Associations is a further cause for celebration for the whole field of Professional NLP!

Please read the NLP Unified Code of Ethics on the Associations dedicated website https://www.unifiednlp.org/


Quality Assurance System for Fellow Member Trainers

Bulletin 2022.2 - Unified Code of Ethics

Watch Ueli R. Frischknecht explaining the 3 steps of the QAS and the 8 elements of the Personal Quality Portfolio and/or download pdf-document with overview of the process.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWnLIuZ1YOc

 

 


A paradigm shift in the approach to education.

Bulletin 2022.2 - Unified Code of Ethics
  • Input vs. output oriented education.
  • School is not needed for learning.
  • How do we know if we have learned?
  • Each profession may be defined in terms of its competencies.

At the last IANLP Cyber Café, this topic was presented and discussed. For those of you who could not participate, we have uploaded some notes here.
The zoom session (Cyber Café) was recorded. Fellow Member Trainers of the IANLP will receive the link to the video on request. Please write to info@ia-nlp.org


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