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When Philippe Bailleur, author of Stuck? Dealing with Organizational Trauma, attended our Clean Space training earlier this year, he told me how helpful Clean Language and Clean Space can be in his work. We didn’t have time then for an in-depth conversation about this, so we agreed I would interview Philippe over Skype.
When Marian Way ran a session with the Sydney online practice group she used the question "What would you like to have happen? to ascertain participants' needs and then created an agenda to meet those needs. Here's how...
Clean Scoping is our way of pitching for work. Rather than deliver an ‘expert’ presentation, we arrive with a blank sheet of paper and ask lots of questions. Caitlin Walker shares some practical insights on how she goes about the process.
A look at the powerful connection between storytelling and Clean Language by professional storyteller and Clean Learning associate, Sue Charman.
Here’s a game that will help to hone your ‘pattern spotting’ skills. I like it because each round is different and you have to work out the new pattern – just like you do when working with a new client.
Being able to spot patterns in a client’s metaphor landscape is a key skill in Symbolic Modelling, so here are a couple of videos to help you flex your pattern spotting muscles.
From Recommended Reading
Where Good Ideas Come From: The Seven Patterns of Innovation
This book identifies key principles that are the driving force of creativity. From the Renaissance to satellites, medical breakthroughs to social media, Charles Darwin to Marconi, Steven Johnson shows how, by recognising where and how patterns of creativity occur, we can all discover the secrets of inspiration.