2019 Lifetime Contribution
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The winner of the Lifetime Contribution Award will be decided based on a public vote across three channels. Review and research each of these nominees and vote for the person you feel/think best deserves this award. You can cast your vote by clicking on the 'vote' button next to your chosen finalist. These votes will be added to those collected by the NLP International Conference delegates and the NLP Leadership Summit members. They will be counted and verified by the NLP Awards Committee and the winner will be announced live at the NLP Awards Charity Dinner on Saturday 18th May 2019.
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NLP Lifetime Contribution
As a co-developer and designer of training programmes in the field of NLP since 1975, Judith explored the interrelationships between NLP and the threads of culture, community, art, aesthetics and epistemology. The result of this work was the creation of NLP New Coding, the development of Perceptual Positions, The Encyclopaedia of Systemic Neuro-Linguistic Programming and NLP New Coding (with Robert Dilts, 2000). Judith has been mainly responsible for bringing NLP to the area of transcultural competence, pioneering the application of NLP to the development of cross cultural skills. Her incredible efforts, warmth and compassion are an inspiration to many within the NLP community.
As a social psychologist, Lucas became acquainted with NLP in 1977 and later qualified as an NLP trainer. Lucas focused on researching and working on the theoretical foundation of NLP and always considered NLP part of psychology. In 1984 he wrote a manuscript about the place of NLP in psychology. Later in 1994, Lucas developed the Social Panorama Model which is taught and used in over 25 countries. Over the last years he helped to develop Mental Space Psychology which aims to bridge psychological science and NLP-like therapeutic work. More recently, Lucas has set up a scientific research project into the treatment of mild depression. This project is running in the Netherlands and will be continued in Germany next year, with prospects of continuance in other countries.
Since 1996, Michael’s life and work has been for the furtherance of the knowledge and application of NLP. He actively pursues the collaboration of NLP practitioners and leaders internationally; co-founding the International Society of Neuro-Semantics with the purpose of promoting the ethical use of NLP and creating the International Leadership Team of the Society for continuity. He has written 50 books on NLP, Neuro-Semantics and specific applications that promoted and developed the knowledge and application of NLP. He also co-created the NLP Leadership Summit to pull the field of NLP together that has resulted in 147 NLP Leaders taking part.
John dedicated a significant part of his life to setting standards of excellence, ethics and evidenced based practice in NLP trainings. His reputation for excellence and integrity has often been a key factor for those working with Universities and in the Public Sector, and he is the only person ever to have been appointed the National Tutor for NLP in Further and Higher Education. For more than 30 years, John has been a beacon for excellence, standards and integrity in the field. A testament to this commitment is that he was an early proponent of insisting on conducting research, both qualitative and quantitative, to evidence the results that his students obtained from their courses.
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