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First published on www. Our hope is that by seeing how the information builds up and is organised through a number of iterations you will get a better sense of both our model of how Robert models, and our approach to modelling. Our appreciation also goes to Phil Swallow for video editing and web site support. Contents We have organised this report into twelve separate web pages as listed below.
Background 2. Overview of how we modelled Robert Dilts 3. First iteration: Modelling from observation 4. Second iteration: Modelling in the moment 5. Third iteration: Modelling from recordings 6. Comments on our methodology Appendix — Source Material: 7. Sample transcript of Robert Dilts modelling Martin Snoddon 8. Full transcript of our interview with Robert Dilts List of questions we asked Example of modelling from a transcript 1. Background The material in this report has been produced and developed at three times.
As part of that vision they invited Robert Dilts to a special two-day workshop where he modelled an exemplar for the first day and presented his model to the group on the next day.
On December , about 60 people attended the two-day modelling fest. To prepare for that presentation we reviewed the recodings of the original event, updated and documented our model, and packaged it for a 3-hour presentation. This report contains our model of Robert and the stages and iterations we went through to construct it. Therefore you get both: Our model of how Robert Dilts selects what is essential when he is modelling and Our model of how we conducted this modelling project While lots of models and techniques have been created in NLP, there is still very little about how those models were created.
Our aim is to redress that balance, and to take you through an in-depth study into model creation and construction, and to some extent, acquisition. Robert has kept modelling at the core of his work ever since. He is the author of a number of seminal books that chart the development of NLP over the last 35 years.
See nlpu. It was our privilege to model Robert because of our great admiration for him, and for the contribution he has made to the field of NLP. He was chosen as an exemplar because of his background and special talents: Martin has spent the last 20 years working tirelessly to resolve conflict and heal trauma in Northern Ireland.
His skills and expertise are in demand in conflict areas across the world, e. Kosovo, Palestine, Haiti. He works across all communities and religious denominations, with ex-paramilitaries, members of the security forces, non-governmental organisations and groups, and with individual victims of conflict.
He had consistently demonstrated an ablity to work with groups who have violently opposed each other, facilitating them to engage in peaceful negotiations and reconciliation. Our experience as modellers Our modelling of Robert Dilts was the latest in a long line of modelling projects starting in when Penny modelled how highly creative people knew they had a good idea, and James modelled the internal state of Spiritual Healers while healing.
This took us four years and culminated in the publication of our book in , Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling. It was quite a learning experience to model such a creative exemplar for 13 years. In addition to our modelling of David Grove we have published the results of several shorter-term modelling projects related to our work. For example:.
First published on www. Our hope is that by seeing how the information builds up and is organised through a number of iterations you will get a better sense of both our model of how Robert models, and our approach to modelling. Our appreciation also goes to Phil Swallow for video editing and web site support. Contents We have organised this report into twelve separate web pages as listed below. Background 2. Overview of how we modelled Robert Dilts 3.
Robert B. Dilts
Email: teresanlp aol. Dilts Robert Dilts has been a developer, author, trainer and consultant in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming NLP - a model of human behavior, learning and communication - since its creation in by John Grinder and Richard Bandler. A long time student and colleague of both Grinder and Bandler, Robert also studied personally with Milton H. Erickson, M. Robert is the principal author of more than 20 books on a variety of topics.