Over the last few months we have been busy restructuring our business, our offerings, our website and our team. The main reason for all of this activity is that Caitlin Walker and I have become business partners, combining the strengths and expertise of Clean Learning and Training Attention. We’re keeping both brand names, with Training Attention focusing on consultancy and culture change and Clean Learning on training and coaching. We’ve also been joined by a number of talented coaches, trainers and consultants, who are already starting to deliver Clean Learning courses and to work on Training Attention consultancy projects.
To signify the merging of the companies, we’ve merged our logos: the new icon incorporates the shapes and colours of the old Clean Learning logo and the six-ness of the Training Attention snowflake. Both websites have also undergone an overhaul and we have changed the way we deliver some of our courses. We have successfully applied to move Approved ILM Centre status from Training Attention to Clean Learning.
As a result, Clean Learning is now able to offer the full range of training in using Clean Language with individuals and groups, as well as a formal qualification in coaching and mentoring.
We’re already benefitting enormously from the collaboration. We’re noticing more cross-fertilisation of ideas as well as the sheer joy of working with a team of people who are so clean-hearted. Naturally, we hope our clients and customers will benefit, too, as we put our heads together to create new and different ways of helping more people to be at their best more of the time.
Our mission is to create contexts within which people can express opinions, ask questions, acknowledge prejudice and challenge discrimination, so that more people can be at their best more of the time. We’re keen to listen to what you want, too, and we’re open to ideas from people in all walks of life and all sectors of our community. Please feel free to use the comments box below to tell us what you would like to have happen.