Applications of Clean

Reflections on applications of Clean – Margaret Meyer

Margaret Meyer reflects on her use of Clean, and how it has developed to include a variety of business uses since she first trained. Recently I’ve been to a number of seminars emphasising the importance of relationships. Even in the most hard-edged commercial...

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Clean Change Case Studies

Clean Case Studies Some ways to use Clean Language to make a difference in business “In the current economic environment, the pressure is on to deliver, quicker, better and cheaper. Clean is a quick win that will deliver speed, quality and lower cost/increased...

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Developing a Clean(ish) Culture in the Classroom

Article by Julie McCracken DEVELOPING A CLEAN(ISH) CULTURE IN THE CLASSROOM Working with young children in a classroom can teach us a lot about, well… working with young children! It can also teach us a lot about ourselves, about learning and about working and...

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Using Clean for business planning

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...

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Brave inner worlds that lead to the top

Writing in 1998 about the philosophy and principles of Clean Language, David Grove wrote that the role of a Clean Language facilitator was to ‘visit the client’s model of the world, and unfold solutions that are conducted within the language and logical boundaries of...

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New book by Clean Language coaching enthusiast

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...

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Leading coaches endorse Clean Language

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...

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The knowledge inside… your customers

Forward-thinking companies worldwide are developing a new kind of relationship with their customers. They want to know, in depth, what their customers really think so that they can serve them more effectively. In consulting of all kinds, requirements-gathering needs...

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