Crossover Matching – NLP
Crossover Matching in NLP is choosing to match one of your behaviours to a corresponding, but different movement of another person.
Eg Tapping your finger to match a breathing pattern.
It is a great way to get in rapport with someone. Crossover match them and then test that you have rapport by slowing down your movements, see whether they follow you. If they do, then you know that you are in rapport.
This is part of NLP Matching and Mirroring techniques and we cover this subject and hundreds of other NLP techniques and processes in our NLP Trainings and you can train online at our NLP e-Learning centre.