“I was surprised at how deeply it moved me and made me think…”

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…

ILM Training - What Happens Next?

27 June, 2015 by Stuart Clark

Stuart Clark talks to Victoria Wilken about her experience of our ILM Level 5 in Coaching and Mentoring course, which starts in September.

Learning Clean Language: What are the Threshold Concepts?

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… 

And what would you like to know before we begin?

9 September, 2014 by Marian Way

I've been working with Caitlin for some years now. To start with, we were working together to produce her training manuals and I noticed that every single manual we produced had a section called, “Before You Begin”, which talked about setting expectations for the course and thinking about how to get the most from it. I really liked this idea, so much so that I created a “Before You Begin” section in my own book. This year, though, I have spent a lot of time training alongside Caitlin and have found the idea even more powerful in practice...

Designing a Clean Workshop

3 September, 2009 by Marian Way

How can we create a workshop that's 'clean' (i.e. attempts to not give people our models, theories, ideas, suggestions, advice and metaphors but instead creates experiences that enable them to learn from themselves and others) AND which has a distinct topic?

Using Clean Language Principles in Coaching Sessions

23 July, 2009 by Liz Brant

Having had three clean coaching sessions with Marian working on my own challenges, I have now started to apply just two of the techniques she uses with my own coaching clients and I have been very impressed with the results: first the outcome question, "What would you like to have happen by the end of this session?" and second, repeating back exact words.

Less is More and What Happened Next

29 April, 2009 by Sheryl Andrews

I attended Clean Learning's Less is More training in March 2009. It was really amazing and I knew I wanted to do more, so I have booked all the other trainings and the Personal Journey weekend.

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