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Joseph O'Connor

NLP Master Trainer and Coach

Joseph O'Connor Joseph O'Connor is one of the world's leading coaches and consultants in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).  He was awarded the medal of the National Community Leadership Institute in Singapore and spent five years focusing on helping musicians overcome performance anxiety.  An NLP Master Trainer and Coach, he is also the co-founder and president of the International Coaching Community, a worldwide network of trained coaches.

Originally from London, he moved to Brazil at the beginning of 2002 to start the coaching company Lambent do Brasil in Sao Paulo.  He is the author of nineteen books published in twenty-five languages, including Introducing NLP, which has sold over 100,000 copies.

New Book:

‘How coaching Works’ by Joseph O’Connor and Andrea Lages published 2007 by AC Black.

Nominated for the Financial Times best Business book of the year 2007.

See the website www.howcoachingworks.com

For details of Joseph O'Connor's annual How to be a Master Coach: Coaching with NLP seminar with PPD Learning click here

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