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Below is a list of all articles whose focus is David Grove's Clean Language.


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Introductory level articles about David Grove's Clean Language.
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Watch Your Language!

Judy Yero 2001
Less Is More: The Art of Clean Language

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 1997
Clean Language Without Words

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 1999
Tangled Spaghetti in My Head: Making use of metaphor

Penny Tompkins, Wendy Sullivan & James Lawley 2005
Using Metaphors with Coaching

Angela Dunbar 2006
Whose map is it anyway?

Phil Swallow & Wendy Sullivan 2004
Conversing with Metaphors

Penny Tompkins 2001
The Clean Community

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2011
Symbolic Modelling Emergent Change though Metaphor and Clean Language

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2011
3 Simple Steps for Better Meetings

Caitlin Walker 2008
Jay's Story

Michael Mallows 2003
 
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Advanced articles about David Grove's Clean Language.
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Keeping It Clean

Philip Harland 2007
Coaching with Metaphor

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2006
Coaching for P.R.O.s

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2006
Clean Language in Sport

Ned Skelton 2005
Metaphor & Symbolic Modelling For Coaches

Carol Wilson 2004
Clean Language Revisited: The evolution of a model

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2004
Using Writing To Explore Issues Through Metaphor

Paul Burns 2002
Reflections on the Mirror Model

Philip Harland 2001
Clean Language as a Foreign Language

Philip Harland 2001
Using Clean Language in Hebrew

Michael A.D. Berkal 1999
The Mirror Model

Philip Harland 1998
Philosophy and Principles of Clean Language

David Grove 1998
Supermodel: A contextual metaphor for NLP language models

Philip Harland 1998
Problem Domains And Non-Traumatic Resolution Through Metaphor Therapy

David Grove 1998
When X what happens to Y? new article

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2017
When and How to Use 'when' and 'as'

Penny Tompkins & James Lawley 2004
 

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