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Breakthrough Intensive

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Why breakthrough intensive?
This is the ultimate in personal and professional development. As the name suggests this is an intensive one day, one to one personal coaching experience which gives you access to the most powerful techniques for change available. You would opt for this if you wanted change fast and you wanted to concentrate your change work into a one day block. This approach is for you if you have become frustrated with other approaches to getting the results you seek, or if you have a specific issue which you need to resolve quickly. Read More

Vision eNewsletter 0307

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The E-Newsletter of Vision for Learning Ltd
March 2007 © Vision for Learning Ltd 2007

Welcome to the second edition of Vision and as the first early signs of spring emerge it’s good to consider your goals for the year. What do you want from 2007 and what new skills and knowledge do you need to achieve your goals? Excited feedback from our re¬cent “Introduction to NLP” programme in Malvern shows that the New Year’s learning has begun. One goal I set in 2006 for 2007 was to finally do the London Marathon, I run on 22nd April for MIND, the mental health charity. There’s a good deal of excitement tinged with trepidation, but I am going for it big time! What are you searching for this year? How are you making 2007 your best year yet?

In this edition you will find:

  • A feature article on happiness
  • Two regular columns from teachers who are coaching in their schools “ A day in the life of a coaching teacher”
  • Information on professional development opportunities of interest to you

Vision_e-newsletter_0307.pdf

Vision eNewsletter 0207

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The E-Newsletter of Vision for Learning Ltd
February 2007 © Vision for Learning Ltd 2007

Welcome to the second edition of Vision and as the first early signs of spring emerge it’s good to consider your goals for the year. What do you want from 2007 and what new skills and knowledge do you need to achieve your goals? Excited feedback from our re¬cent “Introduction to NLP” programme in Malvern shows that the New Year’s learning has begun. One goal I set in 2006 for 2007 was to finally do the London Marathon, I run on 22nd April for MIND, the mental health charity. There’s a good deal of excitement tinged with trepidation, but I am going for it big time! What are you searching for this year? How are you making 2007 your best year yet?
In this edition you will find:

  • A feature article on happiness
  • Two regular columns from teachers who are coaching in their schools “ A day in the life of a coaching teacher”
  • Information on professional development opportunities of interest to you

Download a Copy Here <<Vision_eNewsletter_0207>>