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Come and join us to learn the principles of using Clean Language in semi-structured interviewing – and how to apply these principles to gather high quality information from clients, job candidates and research participants.
From the blog
What is Clean Interviewing and how does it differ from
Clean Coaching? These are two questions Jacqueline Surin had in mind when she
attended a workshop at the recent Northern Taste of Clean.
In 2008, I was sitting in a meeting of educators in the field of sports development. They had received some funding to create a learning resource for their students.
They wanted to make a CD ROM about those
who were exceptional in the field of sports and sports development, in order to
inspire their students to make the most of their opportunities in university.
Over the years we’ve developed a number of courses that have Clean Language at their core, and now when you click on our Events page, there’s rather a long list… So here are some questions to help you to decide which is the right course of action for you.
From Recommended Reading
Learning Journeys CD-ROM
This Learning Journeys DVD was created in conjunction with Liverpool John Moores University in a series of Clean Modelling sessions with successes in the field of Sports Development.
Caitlin Walker demonstrates using Clean Questions to uncover their models for:
- Working at your Best
- Managing Time
- Decision Making
- Inspiration and Motivation
- Overcoming Setbacks.This unique training tool is inspirational and a great opportunity to observe Clean Questions in a real interview context.