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The Clean Collection

This is cleanlanguage.co.uk — the home of Symbolic Modelling on the Internet. Here you can find articles and information on Penny Tompkins and James Lawley's Symbolic Modelling and the Clean Language, Clean Space and Emergent Knowledge processes of David Grove.

If you are new to this field, we suggest you allow Penny Tompkins to lead you through the Clean Collection by taking her enlightening Gallery Tour.

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INTRODUCTORY ARTICLES:
Feature of the Month


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Featured Articles Self Pondering Using Clean Language
When I encountered Clean Language, I wondered whether I could use it on myself to overcome problems. I have had enough success to be quite hopeful, and I think it is becoming easier. This article describes my understandings and some examples of applying them to myself. 
Symbolic Modelling Emergent Change though Metaphor and Clean Language

Published as Chapter 4 of Innovations in NLP: Innovations for Challenging Times (Eds. L.Michael Hall & Shelle Rose Charvet, Crown House Publishing, November 2011). 

Systemic Modelling: coaching for organisational learning
We introduce our organisational coaching process, Systemic Modelling, outlining where it comes from and how it works as a cornerstone of our organisational development work. We present a case study and evaluation of results. We track the shift in thinking of a group of senior managers from a silo mentality, blame or defense culture to networking, collaboration and creativity.  We conclude with a reflection of the impact team coaching had on organisational learning.

An Evening with David Grove 1999
It could have been just another Wednesday evening Clean Language practice group ... but then David Grove arrived! What follows is an account of David's wonderful demonstrations and description of the basic tenets of Clean Language.
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Feature of the Month archives

NEW ZEALAND
workshop with
James Lawley
Penny Tompkins



Less is More:
Coaching with
Clean Language
and
Metaphor


Auckland
28-29
January 2017

 
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