Systemic Modelling Requires Trust

This morning I’ve been helping a business team; we’ve been modelling one person’s temper and another’s sales process. It made me realise that when using Clean Language to work one-to-one, you need to trust in the individual system to create the healing and change required. In Systemic Modelling you’re relying on the individual systems to… Continue reading

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Managing More Effective Meetings – Saving Time, Temper and Tedium

A poorly run meeting wastes time, creates inertia and can deplete an organisation of resources. Applying a quick Clean Set-up, a little Clean Feedback at the end and training the attention of the meeting from problems, to outcomes and action – makes all of the difference. It’s simple to apply, makes complete sense, takes no… Continue reading

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Clean Language TEDx Talk

Caitlin’s 20-minute TEDx is entitled “Clean Questions and Metaphor Models: A Language of Inquiry”. It’s the story of Caitlin’s¬†quest to find a tool that would allow people to see the rules they and other people were living by and to find ways to explore those rules in a non-judgemental way. She talks about the first… Continue reading

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Imagery, Metaphor and Creativity in the Workplace

This is my first piece of business consultancy – so successful it became part of the Open University MBA programme – I was, however, 38 weeks pregnant at the time of filming so please excuse the tired eyes and obligatory pregnancy haircut.      

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Feedback for a Change

Article from the Institute of Leadership and Development magazine The Edge on using Clean Feedback for real change between colleagues and across organisations. Download PDF: Feedback for a Change

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