NLP Influencing Techniques - Creating Win-Win Outcomes

Tuesday 25 April 2017


  • 6:00 - Registration with tea, coffee, fresh fruit juice & biscuits
  • 6:30 - Presentation followed by Q&A
    Followed by a networking opportunity with wines and soft drinks
  • 9:00 - Close by 9:00

BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2 7HA | Maps

Free to attend for all

A joint event between the Chartered Institute for IT and the Association for Project Management


Lysa Morrison MBA


This presentation will give an introduction to the simple language tools that successful people use to understand, engage, negotiate, influence and inspire internal and external stakeholders.

Do you want to engage with and gain ‘buy-in’ from stakeholders so you can create ‘win-win’ situations? Do you want to learn how to ‘push the right buttons’ when working with other people? Do you want to develop your negotiating and influencing skills? If so, then this talk will introduce you to an NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) influencing technique that enables you to recognise ‘preferences’ in people’s language and behaviour so that you can begin to:

  • Understand what is important to them
  • Talk to people using language that matches their preferences
  • Show people that you understand what is important to them - be on the ’same wavelength’, ‘see eye to eye’ with them
  • Make it easier for people to process information
  • Motivate others
  • Increase the likelihood that people will see things from your perspective

About the speaker:

Lysa MorrisonLysa is the MD of LMA Training & Consultancy which she founded in 2007. LMA provides a variety of services that supports the strategic and people development of a wide range of private, public and third sector organisations. Lysa has many years of experience sitting on boards ranging from community development trusts through to the NHS. She is an RSA Fellow, an NLP Master Practitioner and accredited trainer, an ILM accredited Executive Coach and a member of the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).

Lysa completed her Executive MBA at Newcastle University Business School where she is also an Associate Lecturer. One of Lysa’s recent achievements is the development of a strategic benefits realisation tool that has been used at governmental level to ensure the full engagement of all stakeholders needed to realise the benefits from a project.