Except From the Upcoming Recruitment book – The Perfect Fit

NLP gives us with a framework and a model with which to understand human behaviour.Recruitment is a prime area to apply NLP.

NLP provides us with the methodology to model and learn new behaviours in recruitment and more generally in an organisational environment. Effective recruiters understand people. They know how they think and why they behave the way they do.

NLP presents an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what makes people the individuals they are. Most human behaviour is patterned, programmed and therefore predictable.

Neuro Linguistic Programming is a highly effective methodology based on the belief that all behaviour has a structure and this structure can be modelled, learned and changed. It is a study these patterns and programmes, and is designed to increase flexibility, effectiveness and ultimately the choice available to us.

In applying NLP to business and organisations we can gain deeper insights into how people function individually and in teams. We can increase our understanding of the patterns of communication and the behaviours that contribute to an average performance and an exceptional performance.

NLP provides us with the tools to make clear distinctions between the two, not just what is done consciously but also those behaviours that are unconscious. When we have collected this data, we have the basis of a new model. In recruitment, our task here is to discriminate between the average and the first rate.

When we know what contributes to our success in finding an ideal candidate within the specified organisation we are on the way to creating the Perfect Fit.

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