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  • South West Coaching and Mentoring Conference 2017

    Genius at Work Apr 13, 2017 | 22:45 pm

    I'll be speaking, not once but twice at the South West Coaching and Mentoring Conference 2017My first session at 10:35 is an easy way for coaches to ask questions to access their client's creativity "Helping clients get unstuck with The[…]

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  • AI to Replace all Humans by 2030

    Genius at Work Mar 29, 2017 | 18:49 pm

    Today, I attended an event organised by the CIPD to explore the future of work. It was heavily biased towards the UK of course, with our typically imperialist attitude towards globalisation. “Oh no! Globalisation is taking our jobs to the[…]

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  • You Can't Love Yourself

    Genius at Work Mar 29, 2017 | 17:29 pm

    Last night, I presented at a local NLP Practice Group. It was a smashing evening, made so by the highly intelligent and engaged audience.The discussion raised a very interesting point about self-worth, which I want to explore further here.The essence[…]

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  • Business Scams and How to Spot Them

    Genius at Work Mar 2, 2017 | 15:00 pm

    A small PR 'agency' offers a service to small businesses - access to journalists and support in getting your story out there. Their proposition is that you actually do all of the work yourself, therefore it's a fraction of the[…]

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  • 2017 Here We Come!

    Genius at Work Jan 3, 2017 | 16:56 pm

    Well, here we are then. Another year rolls round. Time for a new calendar - The Avengers are confined to my office dustbin and the Guardians of the Galaxy now grace my wall. Outside, there's a bit of blue sky,[…]

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“Peter Freeth was recommended to me by a friend as someone with a strong track record of delivering NLP training for a number of years. I was fortunate enough to complete the Practitioner course with Peter in 2016 and would recommend his training to anyone who is looking at how they approach the challenges they might face. Peter showed a willingness to learn what each of us on the course wanted to gain through attending and how we might apply new skills. This focus on the real world application of these techniques backed up by the benefit of Peter’s experience and pragmatic approach were incredibly valuable and enjoyable. I finished the course eager to revisit my approach to training design and delivery and have since made changes which are increasing learner engagement. I would happily recommend Peter Freeth as a trainer and coach.”

Patrick Armstrong Assoc CIPD MCMI, Network Services Trainer, Nationwide Accident Repair Services