Combining Neuro-Profiling with Clean Language

When there is repeated misunderstanding and miscommunication between colleagues, it is rarely down to the actual content that they are trying to communicate and is much more likely to be down to assumptions, lack of trust or even simply that their brains are hard wired very differently and that they struggle to process the way in which the other communicates.

Within our consultancy, our Metaphors at Work process helps teams and leaders to elicit and develop their underlying metaphors for how they work at their best and how they would like to work together.

Metaphors can uncover models and meaning that ordinary conversations leave behind. And when metaphors aren’t cutting the mustard we like to team up with Clean Language trained occupational psychologists to uncover more about the processing of each individual and how this impacts on what they do well, what they don’t do so well and how they like to be communicated with…

Caitlin Walker

Caitlin is the founding director of Training Attention and developer of Systemic Modelling. Author of From Contempt to Curiosity, she is the architect of innovative projects that transform workplaces, classrooms and communities.

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Caitlin is the founding director of Training Attention and developer of Systemic Modelling. Author of From Contempt to Curiosity, she is the architect of innovative projects that transform workplaces, classrooms and communities.

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