Systemic Modelling

Meet the Team: Rachel Gilmore

7 February, 2019 by Cheryl Winter

Meet Rachel Gilmore! With Neil Pavey, she runs Brighton-based 'Being Clean' which hosts a monthly practice group and Clean Language training events.

Becoming a Certified Clean Facilitator

6 February, 2019 by Marian Way

Many people come across Clean Language by talking with a friend or colleague. Some learn ‘a bit of clean’ on an NLP or a coaching course. Others come across it online. Those whose interest is piqued, take it a bit further and join an introductory workshop to see how Clean Language can benefit them, their families and their work. And many of them see such tremendous value in the skills they learn that that they decide to continue their studies – and at this point they get interested in what qualifications are on offer. 

How to Turn Your Life into a #DramaFree Zone [1]

27 September, 2018 by Marian Way

Are you on an emotional rollercoaster? Finding it difficult to manage your relationships? Always stressed out? Find out more about about your dramas and the role(s) you tend to take in this first of a series of articles based on our new book, So you want to be... #DramaFree.

Make Space, Not War

13 June, 2018 by Jacqueline Ann Surin

Jacqueline Ann Surin explores her experience of being in drama and how it was 'unpacked' by Caitlin Walker, using Systemic Modelling.

Clean Scoping: Know Nothing, Expect Nothing and Observe Lots

4 May, 2017 by Caitlin Walker

Clean Scoping is our way of pitching for work. Rather than deliver an ‘expert’ presentation, we arrive with a blank sheet of paper and ask lots of questions. Caitlin Walker shares some practical insights on how she goes about the process. 

Fine Tuning Your Skills

25 January, 2017 by Marian Way

A key principle in all David Grove’s work is that of iteration, which is what happens when the result of a procedure is used as the starting point for the next application of the procedure. We ask a clean question, a person responds and we then ask a clean question of that response. This is one aspect of the work that makes it so powerful; ideas build one upon another and new – or old – wisdom can emerge.

Systemic Modelling TripAdvisor Review

23 November, 2016 by Nick Simmonds

Nick Simmonds recently attended a Systemic Modelling Level 1 workshop. Read his TripAdvisor style review on the course.

Reflection in Education

9 January, 2016 by Marian Way

Within Teacher Education, a key issue is helping students to understand how to reflect, what to reflect on and when to engage in the process that leads to high quality reflection and learning. Systemic Modelling and clean questions are tools that give student teachers the ‘how’ of reflection. Find out how they were used to improve results at Liverpool John Moores University.

The “Clean For Teams” Experience

28 January, 2015 by Marian Way

A couple of weeks ago, 20 participants – ranging from self-employed coaches, and experienced Clean Facilitators to NHS Managers and people who work in business, IT and social care – gathered in a beautiful (and occasionally chilly) old barn on Northney Farm in Hayling Island for our very first Clean for Teams event. 

Clean Questions and Deep Learning

27 November, 2014 by Marian Way

"I love this exercise because it really stretches your brain and I love using my imagination because it's my world. I want to do this again!" This is what one child wrote after experiencing the "5 senses" exercise, which uses clean questions to help people to learn about themselves and each other. Read on to learn more about our new primary school project...

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