NLP Trainer, Coach and Master Practitioner
Moyna’s experience spans four decades across several countries. She has worked at a senior level with BAT Industries, Ogilvy & Mather and several smaller organisations and projects.
She has trained in several areas of management and HRD and has affiliations with several professional bodies. She served as a Trustee on the Board of a UK charity after which she qualified as certified NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Coach with the NLP & Coaching Academy, Oslo.
With many years of experience in international, multi-cultural group facilitation for personal development and various types of focus groups, she has many years of training experience – adults and young people. All this gave her a perspective which she could apply to public and private sectors.
She has done senior executive mentoring, organisational development and training. More recently she has been able to add a new dimension to her work with her Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) qualifications. She has just completed her Certification as an NLP Trainer & Consultant at NLP University at UCSC, California with Robert Dilts and Judith DeLozier.
Have just finished a three day Module (3rd Module) of NLP Practitioners in Islamabad. This is the 3rd out of 5 Modules which qualify you as an NLP Practitioner. This takes over 120 hours of training and evaluation in order to become an accomplished NLP Practitioner plus Practice sessions in between all the Modules. It is important to go through this process which takes time and practice so don't fall for 'quickies' that are available all over the world! When you apply for the next level into Master Practitioner, the institution will see how accomplished you are, or not, as the case may be and some reputable NLP institutions will turn away someone who clearly shows he/she has done one of the 'fast track' or 'quickie' NLP training courses. So if you are serious about NLP, do choose cautiously and choose a reputable organisation. The best is to check with another reputable institution if they will take you for the next level if you graduated from the institution you plan to do the current level with.