Today my podcast is really about reflecting on all the wonderful contributions from the previous guests on what Language Coaching is for them and taking stock of all the different perspectives relating to language coaching in the world.
And at this point, I would like to bring in some further exploration and explanation to clarify “what is Neurolanguage Coaching?”. So, in this podcast I would like to give my listeners worldwide some insights and clear indications what this means. Firstly, Neurolanguage Coaching is an approach, process or even method to learn any language and not only English. It is crystalised into a different structure that gives coaches a backbone to their whole process. The language learning revolves around the 3Ms and PACT PQC, (for further information check out my book Neurolanguage Coaching https://www.amazon.co.uk/Neurolanguage-Coaching-Friendly-Language-Learning/dp/1910864943 ).
The language learning is delivered through brain-friendly coaching conversations, whereby the coach has constant awareness of the impact of his/her communication patterns with the learner. The Neurolanguage Coach is skilfully trained around how to coach around emotional triggers or negative mindset or even bad learning memories, and above all the Neurolanguage Coach knows how to trigger connections between languages following exactly how the brain learns language through association, which is something that I have personally experienced throughout my life. It can be used as a vehicle for any language and also I would like to add it can be used for beginners too or people who are a low level and wish to fast track. However, the lower the level of the learner, the more the process is delivered through the learner’s native language, block-building up the knowledge of the new language.
Over the next weeks, I will be interviewing more and more guests but some of them may have a totally different perspective of coaching or language coaching.