It’s not OK any more in this organisation to hold somebody in contempt

  Svetlana Shapovaliants interviews Claire Edmunds, Founder and CEO of award-winning company Clarify to find out what happens to a company when Clean Language and Systemic Modelling are introduced. We worked with Clarify for a few days about 18 months ago. You can watch the interview and read the transcript here…   I have four questions.… Continue reading

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Different Rhythms for Different Processes

We are often asked what is the difference between Symbolic Modelling and Systemic Modelling – apart from that Symbolic Modelling is primarily for working with individuals and Systemic Modelling is primarily for working with groups. In this video, I explain that one of the main differences relates to the tempo or rhythms we employ within each process.

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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… Continue reading

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A More Cost-effective Way of Creating Change in an Organisation

When people are experiencing problems in their business, they often look for external consultants or resources to help them out – rather than considering whether they may already have the resources they need within themselves, their team or their organisation. In this 5-minute video clip I talk about how I help people to develop their… 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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