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.
12 January, 2017 by Marian Way
Some ways you can meet and practice with others who are interested in Clean Language.
23 November, 2016 by Nick Simmonds
Nick Simmonds recently attended a Systemic Modelling Level 1 workshop. Read his TripAdvisor style review on the course.
24 October, 2016 by Louise Hockaday
In a recent Clean Language: Core skills training event, Marian Way told us we needed to do our 'due diligence' to improve in Clean Language. 'Due diligence' is a term often used by David Grove which meant: do lots of practice, get feedback and learn from it.
4 February, 2016 by Marian Way
An example of ‘slow learning’ occurred during a recent clean coaching session when my client, Nick, had started with an outcome of wanting ‘a vision of my own’ but, despite exploring many avenues, was not coming up with anything he was happy with.
7 December, 2015 by Marian Way
From Shakespeare to Shelley and from advertisers to politicians, people across the world have leveraged the effects of metaphor to convey new ideas and concepts and to appeal to our emotions.
30 November, 2015 by Marian Way
Over the years we’ve developed a number of courses that have Clean Language at their core, and now when you click on our Events page, there’s rather a long list… So here are some questions to help you to decide which is the right course of action for you.
29 October, 2015 by Tamsin Hartley
Kate Smith, attended our Clean Language: Core Skills course last year with Sue Sharp and Tamsin Hartley. Tamsin caught up with her recently…
26 June, 2015 by Marian Way
The idea that learning a new subject involves grappling with a number of “Threshold Concepts” arose in the world of Higher Education in 2003 when researchers Ray Meyer and Jan Land were investigating ways to enhance learning…