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An interactive workshop designed to help you identify and develop resources so that you can manage your cancer experience as well as possible.
An evening of learning about how to create #DramaFree communities - whether you are a parent, a manager or a teacher you will leave with some exciting tools for change in your world.
Are you a coach, a manager or working towards being one? Join us for our ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring. Learn foundational Clean coaching methodologies, and other robust coaching tools, to inspire capability in others and coach them for success.
An opportunity for those who have attended the Systemic Modelling Level 1 training to gain valuable supervised practice and feedback. Or you can attend as a group participant.
From the blog
In our trainings we often talk about encouraging clients to physicalise their metaphors - sometimes during a session and sometimes between sessions. 'Physicalising' means taking a metaphor and embodying it, making it 'real' - or as real as possible...
Have you ever left a job to get away from your manager? A 2015 Gallup study of 7,272 adults in the USA revealed that one in two employees had left for this reason. I’m not sure if the statistic is the same in the UK, but I certainly know plenty of people who have changed jobs because they didn’t like the way they were managed.
On May 12th 2017, seventeen
adventurers – some experienced Clean Facilitators and some people brand new to
clean - assembled at Caitlin and Shaun’s house in West Kirby for
four days of clean facilitation. This is what happened...
Jacqueline Ann Surin explores how she uses the Clean Set Up
process to prepare for coaching sessions with clients – and how this improves
Rachel Gilmore has so far attended eight days of
training with us – Clean for Teams plus a couple of modules of our Systemic Modelling Programme – and she is already using clean with several of her clients. When she told us she was already getting better results than with her existing methods, we were intrigued, so Marian interviewed her to
find out more…
Within Teacher Education, a key issue is helping students to understand how to reflect, what to reflect on and when to engage in the process that leads to high quality reflection and learning. Systemic Modelling and clean questions are tools that give student teachers the ‘how’ of reflection. Find out how they were used to improve results at Liverpool John Moores University.
The idea that learning a new subject involves grappling with a number of “Threshold Concepts” arose in the world of Higher Education in 2003 when researchers Ray Meyer and Jan Land were investigating ways to enhance learning…
A couple of weeks ago, 20 participants – ranging from self-employed coaches, and experienced Clean Facilitators to NHS Managers and people who work in business, IT and social care – gathered in a beautiful (and occasionally chilly) old barn on Northney Farm in Hayling Island for our very first Clean for Teams event.
I was reading a recent article on the ILM website about how managers can deal with difficult conversations at work, when I came across this paragraph about how to deal with issues of poor performance: “The conversations that you have with the individual must be related to the behaviour of the individual and not the personal characteristics of the individual...
Caitlin Walker and Marian Way teamed up on Saturday 26th October to run a one-day taster in Systemic Modelling as the first pilot for a nine-day training course, which will run over a number of months starting in May 2014.
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