Richmond NLP Group

Here’s the details for the next session which you’re welcome to attend. There’s a link to watch a video of a transformational 20-minute coaching session Jamie did with a coach called Pam Featherstone. Jamie says “Pam took her coaching business from zero to 1 million in under 3 years and became Action Coach’s no.1 global coach of the year, but she struggled with her own health and wellbeing. This is something I see with a lot of coaches and therapists and transformation professionals – they’re brilliant at support other people but sometimes need a little help taking care of themselves.”

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The Principles Behind Transformational Change

Tuesday 10th September 2019

With Jamie Smart

Whether you're a coach, trainer, consultant or therapist (or aspire to be one), there's a simple but profound question that at's the heart of our field: 

What does it take to create the kind of life-altering transformations that make a profound, meaningful and lasting difference in a person's life?”

In this entertaining "hands-on" session, you're going to start discovering the 'secret ingredients' to creating life-changing transformations; the kind of transformations that people pay excellent money for, rave to their friends about and (most importantly) allow them to live their most inspiring, successful lives. 

Here are just a few of the things you're going to be getting:

- Your personal powerhouse for making a profound difference in the lives of others. This 'secret ingredient' isn't just the foundation of your ability to create mind-blowing transformations with any client, no matter what their background is; it's also what gives you the confidence to create coaching clients, because you know you can deliver the goods.

- Your clarity of connection - the more deeply connected you are with another human being, the more impact you have, and the greater your ability to help them transform. You're going to learn where that kind of connection comes from, what makes it so powerful, and how you can experience more and more of it going forward.

- Your innovation engine - Have you ever noticed that the most powerful coaches always seem to have a great question, a unique perspective or the perfect metaphor up their sleeves? Where do these come from, and how can you rely on them showing up when you need them? Your innovation engine. Whether you're in the process of building your client base or delivering life-changing coaching to the people you're here to serve, your innovation engine is the source of your ability to deal with whatever gets thrown at you, and feel confident that you'll be able to deal with it.

Through a combination of metaphors, exercises and live demonstrations, Jamie's going to unpack the "Clarity Coaching Model" and give you a personal experience of coaching with clarity. There will also be an opportunity for a member of the audience to be coached by Jamie in person in front of the group. ** Only volunteer for this if you're ready to experience a significant shift **

Jamie Smart is a Sunday Times Bestselling author, speaker and executive coach. He shows individuals and organizations the unexpected keys to clarity; the ultimate leverage point for creating more time, better decisions and meaningful results.

In addition to working with a handful of coaching clients and leading selected corporate programmes, Jamie runs professional development workshops for business leaders, trainers, coaches and consultants. He has appeared on Sky TV and on the BBC, as well as in numerous publications including The Daily Telegraph.

In 2003, Jamie started the company Salad, quickly growing a tribe of over 80,000 people who devoured his articles and personal development products. Salad soon became the world’s leading NLP product business, and he was acknowledged by his peers as one of the world’s finest trainers. Then, in 2008, Jamie shifted his focus to a new paradigm, the principles of Innate Thinking®. He stopped teaching NLP and in 2012, sold Salad. Prior to starting his own business, Jamie led multi-million pound organizational change programmes and was also brought in as a troubleshooter to rescue struggling projects. His client list includes the Guardian newspaper, Sweet & Maxwell, Payzone and Dun & Bradstreet.

Jamie lives in Nottingham. When he’s not working, he loves travelling, walking, drinking coffee and exploring.