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History: Ethical aspects of NLP training and the IANLP
The continual growth of NLP has come with a price. While early pioneers consisted of a close-knit community of professionals who took care to enforce quality standards, the fact is that the terms NLP and Neuro-linguistic Programming are not owned by any one person, and are not a trademarked intellectual property; as a result, there are a plethora of training institutes with a number of certification bodies, all offering somewhat different standards for training and certification. Today, certification training in NLP ranges from a few hours of Internet-based learning to intensive live training, with observation and feedback from experienced professionals, programs that include stringent assessment and testing, and typically require years to complete until the highest level of training is certified... read more...
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