Almost certainly! However, I suspect you are asking about a different kind of clean language from the type featured on this website.

The ‘Clean Language’ we use, teach and promote is a specialist interviewing and coaching tool which is good for getting really clear information about what a person really thinks (and perhaps, what they really want).

You could use Clean Language to create your report. It would be particularly valuable if you wanted to use a structured approach to interviewing to:

  • reduce content input from the interviewer to the absolute minimum
  • explore both fine detail and the whole context
  • uncover information which even your interviewees don’t know they know
  • develop greater rapport with your interviewees
  • motivate your interviewees to make changes in the area you are asking about.
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