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Published 14 April, 2019 by Marian Way
If you’re a coach, facilitator or therapist, learning Clean Space and adding this process to your toolbox can have important benefits for you and your clients. Discover 9 reasons why...
Published 28 March, 2019 by Marian Way
How do you remember names? This was one of the themes we explored - using clean questions - at our recent Clean for Teams / Systemic Modelling event in Erlangen, Germany. Read more to learn what happened and to discover how our students are using graphics and visual methods to help them retain their learning.
Published 28 March, 2019 by Jacqueline Ann Surin
When Jacqueline Ann Surin was asked to coach a young adult for whole day, she decided to start by using Clean Space to scope the situation and what he wanted to get from the session. Read on to find out how this worked and what happened when the client did not follow the Clean Space directions as she expected...
"I’m very new to Clean Language and found this book to be outstanding. The colors, imagery, diagrams, even the quality of the paper speak to me metaphorically - this book is important. And the bookmark was an unexpected surprise! I’ve begun using some of the questions, in a variety of circumstances, including sales meetings and when interviewing candidates for open positions and have been quite pleased with the results. Marian, your passion and enthusiasm is evident, and have enjoyed reading and working through the clean approach. It’s already on my “read again” stack."
Clean Approaches for Coaches
"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
Insights in Space
"I received the book on Wednesday and I couldn't put it down! Marian, you are brilliant. You explain things so clearly, and everything in your book, to begin with its structure, supports what you try to convey. For example how you start a case example, then leave it, start a new one and in the next iteration return to the first one, so the reader gets to experience firsthand that metaphors do indeed 'stick' and they are relatively easy to remember. Plus you teach flexibility and 'going with whatever presents itself' at the same time. You then do that within case examples as well. Also, your book is the first that gives me some concrete handles on the matter of which question to ask next when you are developing symbols. I've had difficulty asking for locations, and now I see why that is, and how I can better tell when that information is ready to be accessed. You reminded me that 'clean' also means that whatever you do fits with and follows from the internal logic of the client, and that the timing of a clean question also determines the 'cleanliness' of that question! So now I am starting to re-read, taking the time to soak up the details and all their implications and letting it all sink in."
Hans Van Laake
Clean Approaches for Coaches