Join us to learn this extraordinary - yet exquisitely simple - form of clean facilitation to encourage the conditions for creative emergence in individuals and in groups.
Our 1-day Introduction to Clean Language is designed to give you a ‘taster’ of what it’s possible to achieve with this powerful methodology, along with the basic skills you need to get started.
Watch Caitlin Walker's TEDx talk about how she uses Clean Language with groups.
4-part series: May 28, June 4, June 18, June 25 all at 1:30pm to 3:00pm BST / 8:30am to 10:00am ET
With Marian Way
Thursday 30th May 2019, 7-9pm
With Karrie Shield
Thursday 30th May, 6-8pm
Federation House, Manchester (Greater), United Kingdom
With Nicola Waterworth
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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...
"This is what has been missing from most coaching programs - a way to keep us (coaches) and our egos out of our sessions."
Judith Auslander Coach and Hypnotherapist
1-Day Introduction to Clean Language
"The training was well-constructed; gently and cleanly facilitated; and offered thought-provoking and enriching content. There was a stimulating and diverse mix of participants and the trainers were evidently passionate about their subject. It was a hugely worthwhile investment in my personal and professional development. The philosophy and techniques of clean are immediately relevant to my executive coaching practice and already my conversations with my teenage sons are calmer! I strongly recommend Clean Learning for the integrity and depth of their approach."
Mary Musselbrook Executive Coach
Clean Language: Core Skills
"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