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Profile Steve says:
photo image of steve cowie Steve Cowie is the lead trainer and consultant, with over twenty years of experience in the Training function. During 1992, he found an NLP audio tape programme lying unused in a training department cupboard. His curiosity led to more formal NLP learning, becoming an NLP Trainer in 1999 through the NLP University Global Training and Consultancy Community (GTCC) with Robert Dilts and Ian McDermott. He has trained and developed people in many occupations from Financial Services to Defence.

He also holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Development (HRD) which, through Action Learning which included:
Leadership, Strategy, Organisational Change & Development (OCD).
A Chartered Member of the
CIPD, His commitment to ground more NLP in Science, led to his dissertation investigating the relationships between Learning Styles and NLP Meta-Programs. He has written papers and articles for the press including Rapport Magazine, journal of ANLP.

His doctoral studies will investigate this important area in more detail.
His other current research projects includes second language acquisition and Advanced Critical Thinking.

"I've achieved my major career goals as a Learning & Development professional and In doing so, I've amassed a wide and deep knowledge within the Learning field - although, there is always more to know!

I think what's important about any L&D intervention is that there is a balance to be attained between any initial diagnosis of the current situation and what is required in terms of outcomes; remembering the people involved as well as the processes and systems. Indeed, there is a compelling case to consider any L&D initiative as a part of the whole (business strategy).

My approach to facilitate learning and development; whether it be training, coaching or mentoring is through the Scientific Enquiry and Socratic approach. People essentially learn by themselves; towards new skills and new understandings."

Other trainers/consultants may also be involved in events and assignments.
Their details will be published with the appropriate
course information.
Guest writer (or should that be Gastschreiber?) Dr Otto Harbinger gives his opinion on the darker side of Development
here.

   

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