Robb Whitewood has been ranked #17 in the world in the NLP Global Gurus category for 2015.
See the full list of ranked NLP Gurus here.
Robb is the top Australian in this list for 2015. All his staff and students are very proud to be associated with this brilliant man who is a true Guru of NLP!
Train with the best in Australia and one of the top in the World of NLP.
Congratulations to Robb and the team at Dynamic Mind Works.
What is the Global Gurus organisation? How do they pick the Gurus?
Global gurus is a research organization. We make our revenue from our advertisers at our sites and not from a GURU or GURU candidate. Unlike other “Top Guru” or “Best…” lists out there, we do not sell our rankings nor do we give any ranking consideration to organizations who advertise. All Global Guru Sites choose remarkable leaders who makes an impact and who from people who took time to vote for them. They are NOT industry leaders, but people who support knowledge and personal / organisational development in their fields through speaking, training, books, and media.
For more information on our criteria for these thought leader lists, please see the “Global Guru Criteria” tab on the home page
In judging the contenders of the various Global Guru Categories, we focus on two groups, which excluded political, military and business people and focused on those practitioners, trainers, speakers and consultants who develop and instill competency in others. The Top 30 Gurus, in their respective categories are the “Cream of the Crop”, the World’s Top 30 most influential Professionals Speakers, Trainers and/or Consultants in their areas and have received more than 500 votes each. All not only apply their own principals to achieve superior results in their organisations, but develop and influence people and organisations throughout the globe.
Our research came from e-mails sent to 22,000 business people, consultants, academics and MBA’s around the world for nominations and our public opinion poll.
We shortlist 60 names then did a Google search for ranking, then requested voting.
The criteria for judging the TOP 30 focused on:
- Public opinion – 30%
- Originality of ideas – 30%
- Impact of original ideas – 10%
- Practicality of ideas – 10%
- Presentation style – 10%
- Number of publications and writings – 5%
- Guru factor 5%