4 May, 2017 by Jacqueline Ann Surin
do you do when coaching clients ask you for advice, feedback or ideas? Jacqueline Ann Surin describes two clean
approaches for helping clients to trust the knowledge within.
2 May, 2017 by Kat Elliott
Kat Elliott tells us about using Clean Language to ‘gamify’ a strategy for overcoming procrastination and getting big stuff done.
3 March, 2017 by Jacqueline Ann Surin
Jacqueline Ann Surin explores how she uses the Clean Set Up
process to prepare for coaching sessions with clients – and how this improves
23 January, 2017 by Marian Way
Rachel Gilmore has so far attended eight days of
training with us – Clean for Teams plus a couple of modules of our Systemic Modelling Programme – and she is already using clean with several of her clients. When she told us she was already getting better results than with her existing methods, we were intrigued, so Marian interviewed her to
find out more…
20 January, 2017 by Jacqueline Ann Surin
Have you ever had a situation where you asked a client a question, and their answer was “I don’t know”? Find out how Jacqueline Surin coped with this in two different coaching sessions.
24 December, 2015 by Marian Way
A couple of words often used in association with Clean Language are ‘curiosity’ and ‘neutrality’. A Clean Language coach is accepting of everything a client says, not favouring one piece of information over another, but remaining neutral - like an impartial observer.
22 November, 2015 by Marian Way
Clean Language was developed by David Grove in order to help people to access more information about their own experience, rather than be influenced by a therapist’s ideas. He did not want to lead his clients. Of course, there are many more contexts where it's important not to lead someone...
6 August, 2015 by Sue Sharp
Sue Sharp talks to Lesley Downs about her experiences on our ILM Level 5 in Coaching and Mentoring, and what has happened since then.
24 June, 2015 by Marian Way
Many people who train with us go on to work as coaches and supervisors for Genius Within, a company that specialises in work-based solutions for adults with neuro-differences. Genius Within coaches work with people with neuro-diverse conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, Asperger’s syndrome, ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), Acquired Brain Injury and chronic neurological conditions, empowering them to create and implement strategies that will enable them to achieve their potential.
21 July, 2014 by Marian Way
I was reading a recent article on the ILM website about how managers can deal with difficult conversations at work, when I came across this paragraph about how to deal with issues of poor performance: “The conversations that you have with the individual must be related to the behaviour of the individual and not the personal characteristics of the individual...