Like other coaching approaches, Clean Language coaching is outcomes-focused, with an emphasis on getting clients to set their own goals, writes Clean Language coach Margaret Meyer. But unlike some other coaching approaches, this is done by asking questions – the simple but powerful Clean Language questions, which are used to gather ...

Because you can expect lasting results and a sense of empowerment, where you as the client are in the driving seat.  Clean Language coaching differs markedly from some of the ‘coaching’ seen on the reality TV shows, which often looks more like bullying! In a Clean Language session you can expect to be encouraged to set your own agenda, ...

If you’ve been wondering about how to use Clean Language in coaching, then a new book, Essential Life Coaching Skills by Angela Dunbar, may help you. Due to be published by Routledge at the end of August, the book promises a comprehensive guide to the complete range and depth of skills required to succeed as a life coach. And coming from ...

Clean Language and coaching principles sit well together. And so unsurprisingly, the approach has been endorsed by many of the UK’s leading coaching experts such as Max Landsberg and Professor David Clutterbuck. Max Landsberg, author of The Tao of Coaching, former partner at McKinsey & Co, and Partner at Heidrick & Struggles said: ...