Insights in Space
“Insights in Space” is all about how to facilitate people to solve personal and professional problems, generate ideas and access creativity by finding spaces to represent multiple perspectives and developing a network of possibilities. Learn David Grove’s Clean Space process and discover how to adapt it for any context, including with groups.
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Insights in Space, written by James Lawley and Marian Way, is a phenomenal book that introduces the Clean Space process for change in personal and work environments. It has everything you need to deliver great Clean Space sessions. Clean Space is not a typical change process, but I assure you, people experience strong, “gut level” insight. Try it. You will not regret your choice made. And, if you work in organizations, this book can be your lifetime companion.Yuji Yamagami, ISO9001 Lead auditor / Quality Management Systems consultant
A finely balanced degustation. This perfectly paced journey through Clean Space engages the senses as much by what is left off the menu, as by what is included. Practical, clearly written and illustrated, this book is invaluable for coaches, therapists, facilitators, innovation managers, creatives, strategists and anyone who is curious about the world of metaphors and symbols hidden in plain sight around them.Dr Ian Snape, Scientist, Coach, Trainer, Director, Frontline Mind & The Coaching Space
James Lawley and Marian Way’s new book Insights in Space: How to Use Clean Space to Solve Problems, Generate Ideas and Spark Creativity is a powerful and practical example of both “Third Generation NLP” and “Generative Change.” Insights in Space unites the three intelligences of cognitive understanding, somatic intuition, and field awareness into a seemingly simple yet deceptively sophisticated methodology to produce creative insights. The process integrates David Grove’s brilliant “Clean” approach with the principles of spatial sorting to construct a type of generative “psychogeography” from which new ideas and solutions can naturally emerge. The “clean space” approach helps to clarify, demystify and enrich some of the underlying dynamics—such as network effects, synchronicity and emergence—that make other methodologies that apply spatial sorting work. My congratulations to James and Marian for this useful, clear and well-written book.Robert Dilts, Co-Founder, Dilts Strategy Group and NLP University