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One of the most common challenges facing anyone who has just discovered Clean Language is how to start using this powerful tool at work. For some practitioners, the ‘fit’ between Clean and another change tool is obvious. Clean Language questions flow very naturally alongside other coaching or change tools such as the GROW model, or ...

Margaret Meyer, strategy development consultant and coach Conventional business planning processes can be very effective. They can also be very complex, time-consuming, and produce plans that look great on paper but are difficult to implement. For the last 6 months I’ve been experimenting, using Clean Language and Clean Space together with ...

Members of the Professional Planning Forum, an independent industry body, are involved in resourcing the call centres of large, often blue-chip organisations, making sure staff are available round the clock to respond to customers’ calls. To do their job effectively they need the co-operation of people in many other parts of the organisation. ...

GlaxoSmithKline approached Wendy Sullivan to design a customized course for all employees with managerial or support functions to develop their key leadership skills. Intervention A customized, two-day interactive training course was designed and has been run on average twice a year since 1999. Using a range of tools for professional and ...

Roland Hill*, a business analyst for Dutch IT specialists IPROFS, used Clean Language to reveal a number of misunderstandings which could have caused the collapse of an 34.9 million-Euro project involving financial institutions across Europe. He joined the project after the functionality of the new computer system had apparently been agreed. ...

Steve Preston, a career development coach specialising in redundancy outplacement and career change, found his business life transformed by a short Clean Language session with colleague Mary Casson. He explained: “I suddenly had much greater focus. I had had balls in the air all over the place, but after the session everything started to ...

A business wanted higher quality from its major supplier, and had agreed to hold a joint workshop involving representatives from both companies. Certified Clean facilitator Hans-Peter Wellke was called in by the meeting organiser as a catalyst and facilitator to accelerate his thinking process as he planned the joint event. Hans-Peter asked: ...

Working with groups is a deep and rich topic – and an area in which Clean is developing quickly. Here’a an idea to whet your appetite, based on the Metaphors@Work process devised by Training Attention. One way in which Clean is used with groups is in team alignment events, to help a team come up with a shared metaphor for working well ...