This page relates to the Introduction of the book. Here you can explore the background and principles of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling in more depth ...
Page 17: Clean Language is Like What?
- Link to article about the workshop, with more examples.
Page 22: Where did Clean Language Come From?
There are several articles on the Clean Language UK site which shed further light on this question, in particular:
- And, What Kind of a Man is David Grove? - in which David talks about his early work.
- History of David Grove’s work: 1980-2004
- David Grove, a profile
- Obituary of David Grove (1950 - 2008) by Dafanie Goldsmith
Page 24: Clean Language and Coaching
- The PGCert course in Coaching and Mentoring at Liverpool John Moores University which is based on Clean Language.
- Clean-based ILM Training in Coaching and Mentoring.
- Read the complete article about Heston Blumenthal.
- Nancy Doyle and her team of coaches also use Clean Language in their work with people who have dyslexia.
Page 26: Long Lasting Change
- Read more Long Lasting Change stories - and if you have one of your own, please contribute!
Page 28: Symbolic Modelling
- An early overview of Symbolic Modelling by Penny Tompkins and James Lawley.
- A more recent account can be found in the book Innovations in NLP.
- An article about Metaphor and Symbolic Modelling for Coaches, by Carol Wilson.
Page 30 (and throughout the book): Iteration
- If you like maths (even a little bit), this fascinating series of videos from Vi Hart give lots of examples of iteration from the plant world (although iteration is not mentioned):