NLP Chunking – How to chunk information for individuals and Organisations


07 June, 2022

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm BST


NLP Chunking – How to chunk information for individuals and Organisations

Location: Virtual

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    1 hour

This one hour webinar will introduce you to NLP chunking. This is a simple concept that you can use in communicating and presenting information on a 1-2-1 basis or with a whole organisation. Being aware of other people’s chunk levels can enable you to drive your message more effectively.

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Programme outline

You will learn about chunking styles and how this might influence your conversations and writing.

  • Understand and recognise chunking when you see it
  • Know your own chunk style so you can build rapport by switching styles as needed
  • Understand how to move up, down and across levels so you can drive your message
  • Build rapport with people by using the same chunk level
  • Use the Why, What and How communication model

During the session we will also hear from our special guest presenter - Will James - Finance Change & Transformation expert and CIMA South West England and South Wales Area Chair.

Speaker bio:

Tom Mcguire | Freelance Oracle Financials Trainer

I work with the financial community at Aveva to create and deliver internal training solutions for the General Ledger, Fixed Assets, Banking and Financial Projects in Oracle Cloud. I have recently trained users in Canada, America and India as part of a global rollout. I have been freelancing for 20 years after having been a principal education consultant at Oracle for 9 years and in my third year at Aveva..