How Top Communicators Benefit From Clean Language

In a couple of my current projects, I’m teaching Clean Language to some of the best communicators out there. Examples include: Agile coaches, who support self-managing teams of highly-intelligent professionals and tend to have a very sophisticated understanding of how to get people working better together Hypnotists, who’ve spent years learning how to use language to…

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Why Should A Judge Be Curious About Clean Language?

Why should a judge be curious about Clean Language? I was asked this question recently and I thought I’d share my response. What else should I have included? Please comment below. Clean Language is a specialist inquiry technique which has some fairly unusual features. It provides a system for minimising presuppositions and content impositions from…

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The Danger Of Asking Questions

Do you enjoy asking questions? Many people don’t. They might want to get answers – but when it comes to the crunch, asking any question can be tough. The danger of asking questions is that they almost always have the potential to threaten the “face” of the person being questioned. What if they don’t know the…

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Why Don’t You Ask More Questions?

Why don’t you ask more questions? It’s a question that’s been nagging me for a while, as I’ve been busy both exhorting people to do more asking – for example, in this video – and training people to ask specific kinds of questions. And (doh!) one possible answer has just struck me. Presumably, something’s stopping…

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Why Don’t You Ask More Questions?

Why don’t you ask more questions? It’s a question that’s been nagging me for a while, as I’ve been busy both exhorting people to do more asking – for example, in this video – and training people to ask specific kinds of questions. And (doh!) one possible answer has just struck me. Presumably, something’s stopping…

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