3.5 Examples And Demonstrations

“Get Everything Organised”

This session – conducted over skype audio – covered many different aspects of the Framework For Change, as well as illustrating how I like to begin, end, and follow up on my coaching sessions. So it will be useful to anyone who’s learning to use Clean Language in a coaching context.

I’ve also included an incredibly useful little David Grove routine, “Feeling To Metaphor”.

The audio recording of the complete session is here.


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5 comments

  • martin glover says:

    THE GAPS LEFT OPEN WERE EXCELLENT,NO CUTTING HIM SHORT,ALWAYS PLENTY OF TIME AND THOUGHT BEFORE YOU MOVED ON,THE PROCESS WAS UNRELENTING,HOWEVER AT A VERY CONTROLLED PACE AND DIRECTION.EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION OF TOTAL CONTROL IN A MANNER THAT WAS VERY LAID BACK AND COMFORTABLE FOR HIM ALSO.

  • David Penn says:

    Brilliant! Light bulb is starting to shine! Now I’m starting to see what the “X” stands for in the question schemes, and how the questions work together.
    Thanks, Judy!

  • alistair donnell says:

    Awesome Judy thank you!! I’m finding it incredible how lost you feel at first just throwing caution to the wind not really knowing what’s happening and now having little bits of knowledge to have a better understanding of what’s occurring. There’s so many nuances with this. Thank you to Antonio as well I really respect allowing personal sessions to be shared publicly. Great stuff!!

  • Philip Barlow says:

    This is excellent, the rider is guided by reflecting their own experience to engage the elephant as a resource for deeper understanding of helpful action. Excellent pace matching and exploration/development of personal paradigms.
    I use clean language as an addiction practitioner and I see it as a tool that allows my clients to experience maximum exposure in the client worker relationship as opposed to other tools that create a worker dominant experience.

  • Adrienne Isnard says:

    Very helpful to see and hear Clean Language in action – good to know I am not the only one to struggle and occasionally squirm! Watching this is very helpful in terms of giving the person time to think – nice to see the focus becoming clearer. My metaphor for this Clean Language demonstration is its like watching a pencil being sharpened. Thank you