BBC South East interview with Dee Clayton

In my capacity as Marketing Director for the ANLP, I was interviewed by BBC South East in relation to a new communications iPhone App.

As the professional association for NLP we were delighted on Wednesday when we were the first port of call for BBC TV looking for an NLP spokesperson. They wanted our views on a new innovative app being launched. The new app released today “measures the sound you make with your voice and tells you what emotions you are projecting” very interesting areas for those of us passionate about NLP.

The call came in around 6.30pm Tuesday and as Marketing Director, naturally, I stepped up to the mark and hoofed it over to the studios opposite the House of Commons Wednesday morning. Of course my interview was edited down but we were pleased to have the opportunity to raise the awareness and credibility of both NLP and the ANLP.

As a professional organisation the ANLP has a passion for the public and our members to continually develop their communication skills so we always welcome new tools and processes that make this journey even easier when they are used responsibly and with the best of intentions.

Check out my bad self! I’m about 1 minute into this piece….

 

Dee Clayton

Posted by Dee Clayton on 13 Oct 2011

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