The New Zealand Association of Neuro Linguistic Programming is a non-profit Incorporated Society run for its members by an annually elected committee.
The Committee comprises the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and up to six Committee members. All members of the Committee must be members of the Association. Tenure as President is limited to two consecutive years. The Committee meets monthly.
Gloria completed her NLP Master Practitioner and Instructor training in 2004 and incorporated the accelerated learning aspect into her work as a corporate trainer. She started doing individual change-work in 2006 and has used NLP for health issues, sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, stress, self-confidence, career choices and life coaching.
In 2011 Gloria completed Satir Level 2 training and incorporates the Satir approach within her counselling work.
Gloria is enjoying the opportunity to give something back by volunteering her time for NZANLP, firstly as Secretary and now as President.
Tony practices as a fulltime life coach in Wellington. He specialises in helping people master stress, overcome anxiety and lift depression. He is a Master Practitioner and a clinical hypnotherapist.
Prior to becoming a coach Tony enjoyed a long and successful accounting career in the private and public sectors. Tony brings his accounting knowledge and experience to the role of Treasurer. He is looking forward to contributing to the ongoing success of the Association.
In his spare time Tony likes to write fiction and strum away on his ukulele.
Lloyd studied NLP Practitioner in 2002 with Richard Bolstad. This lead on to Master Practitioner training in January 2003, and after completing trainer training in 2004, Lloyd became a certified NLP trainer in 2005.
Born in Lower Hutt, Lloyd followed a career path in manufacturing technology after graduating with a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry in 1980. He discovered he had a natural affinity for training, and performing, from his mid-twenties. Lloyd has been involved in more than 30 stage productions as an actor/singer/dancer. His career highlight was being cast in the North Shore Operatic production of “Chess” which played at the Pumphouse theatre in 1995.
Working in technical management, and operating his own consultancy business has given Lloyd a unique perspective on the nature of the human condition, and he is endlessly curious about what makes people successful in their work roles. In particular Lloyd is fascinated with the impact of the skilful/artful trainer/performer on the subjective experience of the learner/audience.
Lloyd lives in Devonport with Sue, and Cutie the cat.
The Association contracts a part-time admnistrator.
Members are encouraged to actively contribute and share ideas and information relating to all aspects of NLP and the role of the Association.
All members are eligible to attend AGMs and nominate members for committee. Voting privileges depend upon the membership category held.