To have a remarkable professional performance requires having flexibility to face rapid changes, having the ability to manage frustration with agility, knowing how to make decisions with a clear mind, … And for all this they have the NLP techniques of great utility.

The work environment is  increasingly demanding . Everything is for yesterday. The priorities change every two times three. Improved communication allows course changes to be communicated quickly. To have a  remarkable professional performance  requires having flexibility to face rapid changes, having the ability to manage frustration with agility, knowing how to make decisions with a clear mind, … And for all this they have the NLP techniques of great utility
How do I apply NLP techniques at work?
Many of the NLP techniques are self –  applying . That is, once the steps and the changes they generate are known, they can be applied to oneself. On the one hand, there are techniques of change, for example, to change habits (unhelpful autopilots), to cure phobias (public speaking, awkward conversations …) and others are patterns to broaden the understanding of reality, to increase empathy, to generate harmony, to communicate fluently, to generate high performance states.
I find really frustrated teams with what happens to them:  “is that decisions come from top to bottom without consulting”, “is that those of the commercial do not even ask, they sell without knowing if it can be done”, “is that those of engineering for when they make a change, what patience”, “is that those of quality are always putting down” … And this virus is spreading “is that …, if not for …”. The reality is that in order to be competitive, teams have to respond quickly to customer demands, if not a faster one will move forward. In order to respond quickly, they must know how to be proactive, overcome the complaint, frustration and take action. Understand how in a situation we think and feel. Train us so that what we think and feel leads us to a better performance. And to be satisfied. It is in all this that the NLP trains. As the English speakers say, 
How it helps me to be a better leader
A team leader recently told me that his team was unmotivated, on a scale of 1 to 5, that they were between 2 and 3. Curiously, I asked him, “How are you?” He replied that he was at most 3. And he is the first to manage his status, who is he? The leader himself. He is the one who  sets an example for his team  and the one that “infects” them with both positive and negative states. The  PNL trains leaders to manage their states  and to access those resources are enhancers.
On another occasion, I was told by a manager who affected him negatively when he met his boss. In his words, it made him nervous. That is, the boss (the cause) put him on the nerves (the boss). From the NLP this cause can be eliminated. You can work from different techniques so that in future meetings it is not an automatic reaction and “gets on your nerves”. It can be prepared so that the day of the meeting has a more favorable state from which the behaviors will also change and, consequently, the boss will have new behaviors. As Gandhi said,  with NLP you can work individually to “be the change you want to see in the world.”