“I found the course fascinating. From the coaching style of questioning to allow clients to get the own insights into the language to increased knowledge about how the brain worked, I was captivated for three days straight.”
“It was really transforming. It’s a whole new way of guiding people to discover a new language. I already feel the impact of the new approach on my coachees. I definitely see them more motivated and aware of their learning processes”
“It completely changed my approach to how I work with private clients and how I teach in the classroom. No more going back to the “old way” of teaching languages! I totally feel like a rebel but in a good way.”
“I decided to look for something new. Something that really helped my clients learn English more efficiently. It also gives me a boost of confidence when I approach new clients because now I know of a method which I can use to really help them.”
Features of Neurolanguage Coaching®
- a continuous flow of language training constantly interacting with aspects of the neuroscience of learning and aspects of traditional coaching;
- it ensures the constant awareness of how the brain works, ensuring brain connections;
- it includes coaching models and tools;
- it adds the ethical principles of coaching itself, ever present in language coaching sessions, as set out by the ICF;
- it encompasses an individual needs analysis;
- it tailors language targets to individual needs;
- it embraces the cultural aspects of language;
- it may include professional expertise and have a topical focus;
- it addresses personal aspects such as client confidence, comfort, motivation and satisfaction.
Rachel Paling Creator and Director of Neurolanguage Coaching®
Buy Rachel Palings book:
Neurolanguage Coaching: Brain Friendly Language Learning
Said about the book:
Excellently written, this is a clear, concise and reader-friendly introduction to Neurolanguage Coaching. Rachel, as ever, is both informative, and motivating and encourages the teacher to want to move onto new approaches.
…….. I highly recommend it to educators who constantly strive to make a difference in the quality of people’s lives. It’s also great for language learners who would like to know more about the most wonderful, mysterious and fascinating organ – our brain.