Choose Life, Not NEET: No One Gets Left Behind with Clean

Young people who spend long periods not in education, employment and training (NEET), can easily drop through the cracks of society and once off track can find it very hard to rejoin as productive, happy citizens.   Each NEET young person costs society, on average, £56,000 over the course of their lifetime, with a total… Continue reading

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Learning Journeys CD-ROM is Back in Stock

  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… Continue reading

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A New Way Forward

Over the last few months we’ve been busy restructuring our business, our offerings, our website and our team. The main reason for all of this activity is that Marian Way and I have become business partners, combining the strengths and expertise of Training Attention and Clean Learning. We’re keeping both brand names, with Training Attention focusing on consultancy… Continue reading

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Launching My Book at The Northern Taste of Clean

We had a wonderful evening in Merseyside, launching From Contempt to Curiosity, talking about David Grove and working systemically in business and communities. Sarah Nixon spoke about using Clean Language with students to increase attainment and self-awareness, as well as “When you’re learning at your best, you’re like what?” and using Clean Feedback with students to improve… Continue reading

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The First Systemic Modelling™ Training

We’ve just finished three days of fun, tears, learning, laughter and Ayurvedic food. The latter isn’t actually part of the training but Shaun felt that if we were modelling our unconscious processes and developing group level processes we could add in another layer of finding food types to keep us healthy. We always knew it… Continue reading

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