Join us for a two-day introduction to Systemic Modelling in Brighton. 25th-26th February 2019. With Marian Way, Rachel Gilmore and Neil Pavey.
Learn foundational clean coaching methodologies, and other robust coaching tools, to inspire capability in others and coach them for success.
Watch Caitlin Walker's TEDx talk about how she uses Clean Language with groups.
25-26 February 2019 10.00am - 5.30pm
68 Middle Street, Brighton, Sussex, United Kingdom
With Marian Way, Rachel Gilmore, Neil Pavey
Thursday 28th February, 6-8pm
Princess Street, Manchester, United Kingdom
With Nicola Waterworth
Thursday 28th February 2019, 7-9pm
With Karrie Shield
adventures in clean, assessment, business, caitlin walker, clean approaches for coaches, clean coaching, clean feedback, clean language, clean questions, clean set up, clean space, coaching, creativity, david grove, drama triangle, education, emergent knowledge, feedback, from contempt to curiosity, ilm, james lawley, learning, marian way, metaphor, nlp, northern taste of clean, patterns, penny tompkins, personal development, practice group, shaun hotchkiss, sue sharp, symbolic modelling, systemic modelling, teleseminar, the pro model, training, triune brain, what would you like to have happen, whirlygig
Published 9 February, 2019 by Marian Way
Encouraging #DramaFree conversations on every continent...
Published 7 February, 2019 by Marian Way
Where is your creative place? Do you have one? How can you find it?
Published 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.
"I recently have run several Clean Space sessions with very positive client feedback. It's serious, fun, and often awe inspiring in it's impact."
Heather Executive Coach
Clean Space & Emergent Knowledge
"Undergrad and law school ruined my mind. Undergrad teachers claimed that euphemisms, clichés, analogies, assimilations and metaphors were used by the weak minds that couldn’t think creatively on their own. Law school made everything about Logos. Your book, along with other books like The Story Factor and The Righteous Mind and have started to help me turn myself back into a human being instead of a legal minded robot. Humans, when communicating not in the context of law, communicate extensively with assimilations, metaphors and stories. The human responses I’ve gotten lately with these methods have been wonderful. And, I am not really a people person. As a matter of perspective, I’ve read some Carl Rogers and some Irvin Yalom on therapy. Both are dense reads and frankly, boring. What I love about humanity (and the occasional individual) is that the Clean Approach seems to use some of that human learning/therapy history as a metaphorical baseline and then takes deep communication much farther, in a simple way. It is a relatively fun read. I am not a book worm. I got a “D” as in “DOG” in freshman English - even though, as I tried to explain to my professor, I speak English. Thanks Marian, I hope it is not an insulting over-simplification."
Seamus Culhane Attorney
Clean Approaches for Coaches
"I really enjoyed the introduction to Clean Language. It clearly demonstrates the power of the words and questions you can use to elicit the kind of response from an individual that gets to the real issues they have quickly and cleanly, without imposing your agenda. This is an excellent programme. Thanks to Stuart and James for such excellent facilitation."
1-Day Introduction to Clean Language