Below are the Speakers’ session details and their biographies.

Here are articles written by some of our speakers: http://www.cleanchange.co.uk/cleanlanguage/2012/05/07/international-clean-conference-2012-speakers-articles/

Sheryl Andrews 

Selling Clean Language in a Way that Feels Right:

A presentation sharing what I discovered when I modelled what is happening when I am selling clean in a way that feels right for me. Interactive session modelling the sequence and resources of what is happening when you are selling Clean Language in a way that feels right. Feedback of the learning from the session.

Participants will leave with

  • An understanding of their own buying and selling style and how that may or may not differ from others

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Sheryl Andrews has 25 plus years experience in both corporate and small business helping and training individuals who often hate the concept of being sold at. Using Clean Language to model what is happening when selling in a way that feels right has helped her recognise why she has had such great success and enables others.

Website: www.stepbysteplistening.com

Articles written by speakers includes one by Sheryl: http://www.cleanchange.co.uk/cleanlanguage/2012/05/07/international-clean-conference-2012-speakers-articles/

Lynne Burney

Where the Roads Cross and Flow    

I am interested in sharing with participants, the two principle developmental lines I have been following for a number of years now: Yoga and the techniques of Clean. Participants will co-create a 60 minute dwelling space in which I will share techniques that I have been particularly useful in my own development as a coach and participants will be invited to explore what is the same and different about their own developmental journeys.

Participants will leave with

  • A personal metaphor for their own developmental journey
  • A collective experience of Clean techniques at work
  • Knowledge of 8 aspects of Yoga philosophy and practice and their connection to the techniques of CLEAN
  • ideas of how to work cleanly with a metaphor

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Lynne Burney founded a coaching school in Paris in 2000 and introduced CLEAN for coaches as an advanced course in 2008. She is a Master Coach with the International Coach Federation and is a founding member of the French Society of Coaching (SF Coach). She is a master practitioner of NLP and has trained to work with Systemic Representations and Process Work. She is currently invested in exploring meeting points between CLEAN and other processes and their applications in the world of business.

Website: www.lkb-coaching.com

 

Jackie Calderwood

Clean and Colourful Research: Transdisciplinary Research, Arts Practice and Clean Language

Overview of Jackie’s doctoral research with exploratory use of Clean in artistic and academic contexts: problems and potential.

Guided walk through creative methods developed: listening as wellbeing, looking for creativity, questioning research structures, notating time, place, call & response.

Dive into experience with an individual and group activity using scaling, space and colour to notice and notate moments amidst movement.

Participants will leave with

  • An introduction to creative and innovative use of Clean with a participatory arts flavour.
  • Examples of introducing Clean within arts practice and academic research.
  • Practical opportunity to explore your own ways of noticing with space, language and colour.

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Jackie Calderwood is a media artist and doctoral researcher with the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montfort University, specialising in interactive media, participatory arts and landscape. Her research interests spring from freelance practice in sculpture, video, community arts, holistic massage and energy-work. Since encountering Clean Language in August 2010, Jackie has been learning, applying and interrogating Clean wherever possible.

Website: www.jackiecalderwood.com

 

Lynne Cooper & Mariette Castellino

Coaching with Clean – swiftly, elegantly and effectively

Coaching with Clean is often transformational.  Yet sometimes clean processes need a bit of time, which may be limited. In this interactive session we’ll explore some fast-track approaches to coaching with Clean. We’ll explore pragmatic and creative ways of integrating Clean into coaching interventions – with powerful results.

Participants will leave with

  • You’ll gain insights into different ways of integrating Clean questioning and Clean principles into your coaching conversations, quickly and effectively.
  • You’ll practise coaching for fast results, including how to elicit action plans for yourself, for others – even for groups and teams.

Level of Clean experience required: Some

Speakers’ Biographies

Lynne Cooper is an accredited AC Coach, Clean Facilitator and accredited Coaching Supervisor.  Mariette Castellino is a Team Coach,

change facilitator and trainer.  Together they have been pioneers in taking Clean into organisations for a decade, and have developed the

Five-Minute Coach, an easy-to-use clean coaching model. Their book of the same name is published this year.

Website: www.changeperspectives.co.uk

 

Cei Davies Linn 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

In The Presence of the Past: The Inherent Logic of Epistemological Metaphors

David Grove recognised that therapeutic discourse has its own inherent grammar and syntax. He developed conditions that achieved a faithful accuracy between the therapist’s questions and the information contained in the traumatic event. The result was Clean Language. His process was Information Centred. Clean Language questions develop Epistemological Metaphors that access the deep structure of the client’s original experience, often imperceptible or missed in conventional therapies. The deep structure is accessed through the development of Epistemological Metaphors. Epistemology asks the question, “How do you know what you know”? David and Cei developed these principles that utilise primary process language to address a broad spectrum of psychological issues. The language used during a therapeutic intervention determines the efficiency for the ‘trans-formative’ change. “You are only as good as your next question and as successful as your last”.

You will hear Cei Davies Linn, who had the closest collaboration with David, focus on two of his many innovations, Clean Language and Epistemological Metaphors.

Participants will leave with

  • how the application of these principles made their way into clinics; consulting rooms, hospitals and universities around the world over the last thirty five years.
  • We will offer you a lens through which you can observe the origins of deep structure questions. You will learn how to place a question with faithful accuracy.
  • You will identify how to be Information Centred and to be as good as your next question.
  • This interactive presentation will transport you into the “Presence of the Past”.

Level of Clean Experience Required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Cei Davies Linn’s partnership with David Grove, inventor of innovations such as Clean Language and Epistemological Metaphors, spanned three decades and closely involved her in the early evolution and development of his innovative work. Together they conducted workshops and retreats that included travelling to the four corners of the earth. Their collaboration also resulted in a series of training materials for professional counsellors. Later, on the recommendation of R.D.Laing with whom they occasionally co-presented, David and Cei also ran a retreat and seminar centre for ten years in Eldon, Missouri. Previously Cei has been a nursing sister and went on to hold the post of Senior Psychotherapist at St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton. She currently lives and works in Northamptonshire.

 

 

Jennifer de Gandt and Silvie de Clerck

“Rites of Passage: an Emergent Knowledge Experience”

Think of the last time you managed a potentially difficult transition in your life, was it easy or difficult? Did you stumble or did you fly? That passage was like what? Let’s find your experience and see what hidden information it may hold for you.

We will be using Clean Narrative, Power of 6 and a new set of Clean Cards.

Participants will leave with

  • You will be invited to explore how you have navigated different passages in your life: leaving your family, managing job changes, moving countries, surviving relationship shifts.
  • You will meet the theoretical presuppositions that Jennifer has added to this theme based on 9 Domains of Integration proposed by Dr Dan Siegel, author of “Mindsight”.
  • You will prepare the next passage you have to navigate

Level of Clean experience required:  None

Speakers’ Biographies

After careers in the British Council, IBM France, and NLP, Jennifer has concentrated on introducing Clean to France : first  Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling then the later work of David Grove in Clean Space and  Emergent Knowledge. She has also developed Metaphor and Movement incorporating the work of Feldenkrais and created Clean Cards Nature and now Passages with Silvie de Clerck.

Website:  www.innovativepathways.net

 

Silvie de Clerck is an active member of the French network developing Clean and Metaphor work.  She runs introductory and advanced workshops for coaches and therapists. With Jennifer de Gandt, she has created the Clean Cards Nature, Clean Cards Passages and soon, Clean Cards Emotions.  Silvie brings art and creative emergence into her Clean facilitation processes with individuals, teams and organisations.

Website: www.metaphores.eu

Angela Dunbar

Working with Metaphors – Inside and Outside the Body: How both associated and disassociated metaphors can be useful resources in distinctly different ways

If a metaphor can be felt, it is likely to be inside or close to our bodies, and we are associated into the experience. If seen, it may mean that we are disassociated from the experience, as though watching from afar. This workshop explores how each perspective is valuable, linking to Grovian ideas, other psychological claims and NLP practical discoveries.

Participants will leave with

  • A useful distinction to consider when working cleanly with a client’s metaphors
  • Strategies for encouraging shifts between associated and dissociated
  • Considerations relating to health – symptoms and symbols
  • A practical exercise to explore for yourself.
  • Level of Clean experience required: None

Level of Clean experience required: Some

Speaker’s Biography

Angela, author of ‘Essential Life Coaching Skills”, has been working with Clean Language for over 10 years, and it is her passion to coach with Clean techniques and teach them to others. Angela worked directly with David Grove in the later years of his life and with Carol Wilson, who together developed the techniques and concepts which form www.cleancoaching.com

 

 

Nigel and Jenny Heath

‘Clean Values’ – A Clean Modelling Approach to NLP Values Elicitation

Our values drive our decisions and our actions. This ‘cleaned up’ approach to eliciting values is respectful of the explorer’s perceptions about what is important to them, removing the presumption of ‘hierarchy’. Watch the development of a ‘Values Map’ and the understanding of the common threads that run through it.

“A Values Map – your Personal Territory?”

Participants will leave with

Learn how a Value Map can develop your understanding of:

  • your life purpose
  • what you need to live in line with your values – from yourself or from others
  • the impact of different contexts and roles

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speakers Biography

Nigel  Heath.  A therapist since 1993, Nigel has worked with Jenny since 2007 to develop their specialist relationship coaching practice in the New Forest. Nigel is excellent at pinpointing the source of people’s issues and helping them find their own solutions. His particular strength is to create a fusion of NLP, Clean, Life Coaching and Counselling skills to create effective relationship ‘tools’.

Website: www.therelationshipeople.co.uk

Jenny Heath. Jenny and Nigel founded The Relationship People in 2007 based on research and development of their co-coaching model. Jenny’s personal understanding of the anguish of separation fuelled her passion to help couples through relationship difficulties. Guided by their needs she blends her Clean (Certified Facilitator), NLP (Master Practitioner), coaching skills and specialist knowledge to help them achieve their outcomes

Website: www.therelationshipeople.co.uk

 

Michael Mallows

Games Clean Facilitators (might) Play

This will be a brief and Clean exploration of Psychological Games that most people play most of the time. Like chess or football, these Games follow rules and have a structure as well as the following formula: C+G=R>>S>>X>>Po.
Participants will experience a Clean and experiential introduction to (or reminder of) a pattern of human behaviour that keeps us running on habit and holds us (or our clients) hostage to childhood.

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Michael Mallows FAPHP, is an author, public speaker, life and business coach, management consultant, trainer, and an adoption and fostering expert. He supervises a number of people in the Clean community, and likes to blend different models and theories of human behaviour.
He also runs personal development workshops and works in the private, voluntary and public sectors.

 

 

Julie McCracken

Through The Looking Glass – Children reflecting on the use of Clean in the classroom: A child-led research project

Once upon a time a teacher called Julie began to ask Clean questions.  Soon the children began asking them too; they used them for this… for that…  for the other… all day long.  They called them Detail Detective Questions.  One day they decided to investigate… to find out more… the children became Detail Detective detectives

Participants will leave with

  • First hand experience of educational applications of Clean with children
  • Insight into children’s perspectives on the use of Clean language
  • An opportunity to feedback on the children’s research, which may inform their next steps
  • Q&A time

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Julie is a primary school teacher, coach and Clean practitioner.  She has been devising innovative ways of applying Clean to areas of the curriculum and classroom culture for a number of years. (Book coming soon)

In 2012 the children in her class are conducting their own research into the use of Clean and we’ll share it, ‘hot-off-the-press’. WATCH THIS SPACE!

Website: www.coachingmagic.co.uk/blog

 

Rupert Meese

Clean Dance    

Combining ideas from Clean Space with ideas from Moshe Feldenkrais, systemic constellations, dance therapy and improvised comedy, we will be exploring emergent development in an enriched physical and relational environment.  While participants do not need a great deal of clean experience, the workshop will be experimental and participants will be expected to take responsibility for their emotional and physical well-being during the exercises.

Participants will leave with

  • The session will  be a chance for participants to work on their personal development topics in a new way.
  • Participants will also learn new techniques that they can use with groups or clients and gain new insights into the relation between self and environment.

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Rupert Meese is an established Symbolic Modeller with a broad range of experience from Gestalt Psychotherapy, NLP, Biodanza and Improvised Comedy.  Rupert is currently bringing much of his understanding of the systemic nature of experience to bear towards a PhD in Machine Psychophenomonology.

Website: www.zenlistenting.com

 

 

Maaike Nooitgedagt and Wendy Nieuwland

Panning for Gold: A great Clean tool

In this session you will get introduced to The Gold Panning Model. Gewoon aan de slag developed this model to get a solid desired outcome from a (potential) sponsor.

Very often you have no more than 2 hours to get clear on your sponsor’s desired outcome and necessary conditions so you can write a proposal. Also, they want something from you as well: your input en expertise. How you can use Clean to do this, is shown is this simple and effective model.

Participants will leave with

  • Hear about and work with a hands on model that you can immediately apply in your business.
  • Also, Gewoon aan de slag will give materials that you can take with you so you can refresh your memory whenever you need it.

Level of Clean experience required: Some; need an understanding of ‘PRO’ (Problem, Remedy, desired Outcome)

Speakers’ Biographies

Maaike, a Clean Assessor, with a background Clinical Psychology has spent ten years facilitating personal and organisational change, with Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling playing a central role in her professional and private life.

She and her partners at ‘Gewoon aan de slag’ are Dutch leaders in training Clean and have developed the Conversational Model and the Panning for Gold Model.

Website: www.gewoonaandeslag.nl

Wendy Nieuwland has a strong background in management consulting and change facilitation (15 years) within profit and non-profit organisations. In order to achieve the desired results/outcomes, she uses Clean Language & Symbolic Modelling, in combination with other methods and approaches and this has led to the development of several applied models, including the Conversational Model and the Panning for Gold Model.

Website: www.gewoonaandeslag.nl

 

Nicholas Pole

Clean Language and Mindfulness

Find out what it’s like to use Clean Questions as a form of meditation rather than facilitation. By using Clean as a mindfulness practice – where two people share a meditative dialogue without goals or any pressure to perform – you can experience its essential simplicity in a profoundly different way, and expand your sense of what “Clean” really means.

Participants will leave with

  • Using Clean Questions with no pressure to “get it right”, participants will learn a simple six-step process – based on “Insight Dialogue” (www.metta.org) – for bringing a more embodied meditative state into their normal ways of working with Clean.

Level of Clean experience required: Some

Speaker’s Biography

Nick Pole teaches Clean Language to mind-body therapists. He has taught and practised Shiatsu for 20 years and is an NLP Master Practitioner. He has also trained as a facilitator of Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy with Professor Mark Williams, of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre.

Website:  headandheartholistic.com

 

 

Judy Rees

Discover Your Sweet Spot

It’s time to end the “nicheing nightmare”! If you’ve been struggling with the marketing experts’ advice, this session is for you.

When you discover your Sweet Spot, your unique talent, skills, knowledge, experience and passion easily attracts the people who need your help – and are willing to pay for it.

This session will explore a Clean-ish method for discovering yours.

Participants will leave with

  • The Sweet Spot process – which has been used with people worldwide – will be covered in outline, with more depth on specific aspects.
  • You may discover your Sweet Spot – and if not, you’ll have pointers for doing so.

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Judy Rees coaches coaches and therapists worldwide in making a living from doing what they love.

She’s the co-author of Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds, and has created a number of Clean-based products including Seven Practical Ways To Use Clean Language At Work.

She writes X-Ray Listening, a popular blog about the mind, metaphor and how people think.

Websites: www.xraylistening.comwww.judyrees.co.uk

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Shelle Rose Charvet with Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 

An Experiential Mind-Meld: How to Identify Readiness for Change

Sweet Dreams are made of thee,

Who am I to disagree,

Travel the world and the seven seas

Everybody’s looking for something.

- Annie Lennox

 

Many of us have chosen to work with others because we are motivated to help people change, evolve and grow. Rewarding work. Often frustrating, when our clients don’t follow through or fail to accomplish the things they say they want.

Over several years Shelle, Penny and James have had many conversations about readiness for change. In this live, experiential session, Shelle will talk with a client about desired changes and identify LAB Profile ® patterns that indicate whether the client is actually ready to change. Penny and James will join in from a Clean Language perspective on how to identify when conditions for change are emerging. We are privileged to witness a unique mind-melding discussion between the world-leaders from these two disciplines.

You won’t want to miss this. We don’t know what will happen.

 

Speakers’ Biographies

Shelle Rose Charvet is known globally for her work with the LAB Profile®, a practical version of the NLP Meta Programs.  In 2011 she and Michael Hall co-edited Innovations in NLP for a World in Challenging Times; bringing together 24 NLP writers and trainers from around the world, including Penny and James.  She works with organizations to solve their persuasion challenges and to solve their difficult customer satisfaction issues.

In 2010 she and her partner created a new company to improve understanding by melding NLP& LAB Profile®. So far they have produced their first Phone app, HusbandMotivator™ and are beta testing a tool to improve email communication, Libretta™. She is lively, outspoken (okay – obnoxious) and daring. Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound, especially when she has a ladder.

Websites:  www.weongozi.com  www.wordsthatchangeminds.com

Articles written by speakers includes one by Shelle: http://www.cleanchange.co.uk/cleanlanguage/2012/05/07/international-clean-conference-2012-speakers-articles/

Penny Tompkins is co-developer of Symbolic Modelling and co-author of Metaphors in Mind. She delights in being a leader in the field of autogenic metaphor and systemic change. She likes to be the power behind the throne – says little, sees much, and supports many to create their own kingdoms and queendoms. She is also renowned for her Dingbats and evocative storytelling.

Website: www.cleanlanguage.co.uk

James Lawley co-author of Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling, is fascinated by the application of self-organising systems theory, modelling, metaphor and David Grove’s clean philosophy to individual, group and organisational evolution. The shift required is so radical it sometimes hurts his brain yet it gives him hope that undreamed of possibilities are just waiting to be discovered.

Website: www.cleanlanguage.co.uk

 

Wendy Sullivan & Margaret Meyer 

Cut Short Clean

When you’re working in business it’s often not possible to use every tool in your Clean toolset. And perhaps you’re not sure you’ve got the full toolset anyway. After all, there’s Clean Set-Up, Clean Start, Full Syntax, Feeling to Metaphor, PRO, Sequencing, Framework for Change…

Participants will leave with

Come to this session to build your confidence in using ‘Cut Short’ Clean.

  • You’ll leave more consciously confident about using Clean in the time-pressured world of work.
  • And you’ll gain a universally useful template for making a little Clean go a long way.

Level of Clean experience required: Some

Speakers’ Biographies

Wendy Sullivan is a specialist Clean Language trainer, facilitator and  psychotherapist. One of the most experienced Clean trainers in the world, Wendy runs Clean Change Company, offering an extensive open training programme and a range of business services including coaching, training and consultancy.  She is co-author of ‘Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds’ (Crown House Publishing).

Website: www.cleanchange.co.uk

 

Margaret Meyer is a change consultant, brand consultant, researcher and coach who uses Clean Language across the span of her work. She has developed applications of Clean Language for brand development, strategic planning, sales and market research. She’s currently fascinated by the intersection of Clean and felt senses. With Wendy Sullivan she trains and mentors professionals in the use of Clean Language.

Website: www.margaretmeyer.co.uk

 

Phil Swallow 

Clean Steps

Someone observing a Clean Language session once remarked: ‘It’s like a dance’.  We will take that metaphor literally. Using CL, a simplified jive-like dance and the TaiChi process ‘pushhands’, we explore following and leading a partner as a metaphor for the interplay in coaching and therapy. You keep yourself safe.  Fun, not strenuous.  Involves respectful personal contact  – hand-on-hand/wrist.

Participants will leave the space with

  • Increased awareness of own patterns around being clean or directive, through safe physical feedback from another person.
  • Improved listening skills, by simultaneouslyexperiencing the other’s communication physically.
  • For those new to clean, a felt experience.
  • Enjoyment and laughter hopefully!

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Phil Swallow has been training and coaching using Clean processes for over 10 years working with leading Clean trainers to co-design and develop their trainings in the UK and France.  He runs cleanforum.com, a resource for the global Clean community and has a private coaching practice in the Forest of Dean.

Website: www.cleanframe.co.uk

 

 

Annemiek van Helsdingen & James Lawley

Curiouser and Curiouser: a guided tour through Modelling Shared Reality

Knowing the opinions and experiences of large groups can be vital. Modelling Shared Reality – an innovative clean research methodology – has been proven in numerous projects over the last five years to get excellent results: Improved understanding for stakeholders; shared meaning across disparate groups; increased engagement, and a clear sense of direction. Find out how a special kind of curiosity pays!

Participants will leave with

  • A tour through the whole process and a chance to experience some of the stages first-hand.
  • The cleanness and thoroughness of the method will be highlighted along with examples of how it has been applied in a range of projects.

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speakers’ Biographies

Annemiek: With over 15 years experience of consulting and facilitating organisational change projects, Annemiek creates the conditions for systems of people to realise their desired changes. She combines a pragmatic and result-driven approach with the principles of Clean, inviting all stakeholders to take responsibility for their part(s) and learn to build and maintain effective ways of cooperation.

Website: www.gewoonaandeslag.nl

James co-author of Metaphors in Mind, is fascinated by the application of self-organising systems theory, modelling, metaphor and David Grove’s clean philosophy to individual, group and organisational evolution. The shift required is so radical it sometimes hurts his brain yet it gives him hope that undreamed of possibilities are just waiting to be discovered.

Website: www.cleanlanguage.co.uk

 

Caitlin Walker

Clean Questions – A Language of Inquiry for Developing Collective trust – A precursor to Building Social Capital

The principles required for developing Collective Trust and building Social Capital appear to closely match the impact of Cleanly Facilitating Groups. Caitlin explores how Clean Inquiry goes such a long way to developing the illusive quality of Collective Trust. The group will go on to consider different roles Clean could play in building Social Capital across our diverse worlds.

Participants will leave with

  • Introduction to some principles of Collective Trust and Social Capital
  • Introduction to some principles of Systemic Modelling – supporting a group to self-model
  • An opportunity to think widely about potential applications for Clean
  • Processes to apply in their own workplaces and communities

 Level of Clean experience required: Some/Lots

Speaker’s Biography

Caitlin apprenticed herself to Grove, Tompkins and Lawley in 1996 and using her knowledge of anthropology, linguistics and groups, developed their teaching into an innovative approach to group facilitation: Systemic Modelling. Caitlin works with high level teams to research the application of this approach to developing a Language of Inquiry that facilitates Collective Trust and builds Social Capital

Website: www.trainingattention.co.uk

 

 

Marian Way

Slo-Mo Modelling

Symbolic Modelling is a decision-rich process… How are you deciding which word(s) or phrase(s) to ask about? What are your criteria? What determines your choice of question? In this session, you will consider those choices in depth, comparing your criteria with those of other people and get to know more about your own model for modelling.

Participants will leave with

  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of your own and others’ modelling criteria.
  • A way to assess and gain confidence in your skills.
  • Lively discussion and insight.

Level of Clean experience required: Some

Speaker’s Biography

Following a successful career as a maths teacher, then many years developing and delivering learning programmes with an international organisation, Marian is now an expert Clean facilitator, an adept modeller, and an inspirational trainer. She runs ‘Clean Learning’, a training and coaching company based in the south of England. Marian is currently writing a book about Clean Language for coaches.

Website: http://www.cleanlearning.co.uk

 

Carol Wilson

Case History: Clean Coaching doctoral project at the BBC. An exploration of the use of Clean Language & Emergent Knowledge by corporate coaches at the BBC

A case history of  Carol Wilson’s Doctorate at Middlesex University, exploring the practices of David Grove’s Clean Language and Emergent Knowledge, through the client work of 16 in-house coaches at the BBC. The coaches were trained in both sets of skills by Carol and returned accounts of their Clean sessions with in house clients over a period of 7 months.

Participants will leave the space with

  • Insight into which Clean skills are the most useful for corporate coaches
  • Details of the triumphs and challenges experienced by the BBC coaches.
  • Tips on use of Clean Language and EK in coaching
  • Practical experience of Grove’s work from 2004-2008 in Emergent Knowledge
  • A handout

Level of Clean experience required: None

Speaker’s Biography

Carol worked with David Grove from 2004-2007 to produce courses in Clean Language and Emergent Knowledge specifically tailored for coaches, and now provides open and corporate training.  Carol is co-founder with Sir John Whitmore of an international coaching consultancy, is a member of the Global Advisory Panel to the Association for Coaching, and has published many articles and several books.

Website: www.cleancoaching.com

Articles written by speakers includes one by Carol: http://www.cleanchange.co.uk/cleanlanguage/2012/05/07/international-clean-conference-2012-speakers-articles/

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