DILTS

AcronymDefinition
DILTSDefense Industrial Liaison Training Staff
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Dilts seems to propose involving senior colleagues/experts for this purpose.
Studies conducted in the 1970s by authors Richard Bandler and John Grinder claim a connection between the neurological processes ("neuro"), language ("linguistic"), and behavioral patterns learned through experience (Dilts, 2011).
ASABE member Mark Dilts is an example of the new generation of young professionals supporting the biomass industry.
Dilts of Rutland know how agonizing it can be to go through the process of adopting a child from another country - the hoping, the waiting.
But Aimee's son Donavyn Scott Bratten was born just after noon on New Year's Eve and Ashlee's son Aiden Lee Alan Dilts made his appearance at about 2 pm, Fox News reported.
Ashlee's son - Aiden Lee Alan Dilts - arrived at 2:03 pm.
Chronologically, five primary research orientations are evident in the literature: incubator development, incubator configuration, incubatee development, incubator-incubation impact and studies that theorize about business incubation (Hackett & Dilts, 2004).
Dilts (2003), who, by indicating the addressee of the training, shifts the weight from the organization to the people creating it.