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Humanized Systemic NLP - The world asks to be cured - cover

Humanized Systemic NLP - The world asks to be cured

Allan Santos (Prefaciador), Deborah Epelman (Coordenadora)

Publisher: Leader

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Humanized Systemic NLP - The world asks to be cured shows how this methodology can contribute to a better world, starting with people, because they are agents of transformations. Experts gathered here under the coordination of Deborah Epelman and Andréia Roma show how NLP, over time, has been revolutionizing the methods of communication and human relationship, with excellent results in personal and also professional development. Demonstrating how this occurs is one of the main objectives of this book and is done through practical processes, experiences and exercises shared by the writers.
Available since: 10/25/2022.

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