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    In my view, Clean Language is a process of...

    In my view, Clean Language is a process of "facilitating the client to self-model their experience". As soon as a facilitator uses clean questions with any of their own stuff, then it ceases to be...
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    Clean Langauge Interviewing

    There was discussion around the benefits of using CL as an interviewer in being able to place questions precisely and model the client's answers. The goal of the evening was to explore what kinds of...
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    Steven Saunders email follwing the Practise Group

    Many thanks for inviting me; a lovely group, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience - the group was most helpful in my exploring how to cleanly work with cultural fields. Regarding the main content...
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    Cultural Conditioning and Momentum

    A good turn-out for this session. A big 'thank you' to Steve Saunders who drove for about 4 hours (here & back to Glastonbury) to share with us his emerging ideas around cultural conditioning and...
  5. Thread: Clean my bluff

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    Brief report of the PG

    Clean my Bluff - another fun evening!

    We had decided that, for the purposes of the practise group, a lie would be when someone said something which they knew to be different from their experience...
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    For Gaby & Ned's house please click on...

    For Gaby & Ned's house please click on http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=2 and then select 15 The Hill
  7. Thread: Dialogue Mapping

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    Dialogue Mapping

    11 June 2009

    The (free) Compendium software was demonstrated to show how it was used to Map Dialogue. (i.e. The noting and linking of questions, ideas and comments in a visual representation to...
  8. Thread: Thank you David

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    And there is more of David's generosity

    I want to add that david would turn up at CL trainings and practise groups, sometimes unanounced :-). His generosity in giving of his time and experience was inspiring.
  9. Thread: Thank you David

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    Thank you David

    My first encounter with 'clean' was at an NLP conference at Regents Park with Penny & James (1997?) - I was immediately hooked and booked a Personal Journey with David at Georgina’s in the Lake...
  10. Thread: Clean NLP

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    Clean NLP

    A training workshop for NLP Practitioners to facilitate others & themselves more effectively. With Ned Skelton 12—14 May 2007

    o Learn basic Clean Language & Symbolic Modeling to facilitate...
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    Improving the distinctions in 'remedy'

    Thank you James & Phil, as usual you get my brain into the gym.

    I realise that I do a lot of cognitive/conceptual modelling, which will affect how I see this issue, and I realise that it can be...
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    Swedish Translation of CL

    Peder & Susan Mogensen of Hjo, Sweden kindly translated the clean language questions despite not being practitioners of clean language: an wonderful gift to the clean community for which I (Ned) am...
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    Problem Remedy Outcome

    There was a thread on the previous version of this forum that was unfortunately lost when the site was hacked. Seeing Penny & James’ excellent article “Coaching for PROs” has prompted me to put my...
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    Next Meeting of Forest of Dean CL Practice Group

    West Country Clean Practice Group now meets fortnightly at 7pm in two locations:

    1st Thursday of the month meet in Stroud, Gloucestershire area - contact ned.skelton@btinternet.com for directions....
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    Report of meeting 13 May 2005

    Thank you to Gavin for his hospitality
    The main exercise was using only one CLQ to develop an issue: And is there anything else about..? The learning was mainly around:
    1. The client answers what...
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    Report of meeting 11 March 2004

    Snow welcomed Kay and Frank to Ned's.

    The discussion was around facilitating a client so that they know rather than responding "don't know" and the importance of developing a context for the...
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    Updated drawing

    I have now changed the graphic to include all of my latest updates which include simplifying the language e.g. wants instead of outcomes etc
    Ned
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    Comment

    I noticed my ommission of the "And" from "what Kind of [x] is that?"
    I have now expanded "And when [criteria] can [x] [outcome y]?"

    Ned
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    Problem Solution Outcome

    I have been playing with Penny & James' Problem Solution Outcome model in order to simplify its presentation for training purposes
    http://www.cleancoaching.co.uk/ProbSolOut.gif

    What has clarified...
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    Clean Questions for conceptual modelling

    I have been exploring clean questions with a number of people in this forum for the purpose of modelling concepts rather than 'just' metaphor landscapes for the purposes of modelling information...
  21. Thread: Commitment

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    Commitment

    Below is the record of the email debate on commitment which occured before this forum was set up

    To Phil Swallow from Ned:

    I agree with
    Phil: re ‘when’ – if a client is stating an outcome...
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