You know that look of confusion when someone is just
“not speakin’ your language”?
Don’t be this guy…
Clean Interviewing has an answer
Keep your stuff out. Gather their stuff in.
You don’t need top-down or complicated psychological models to get the best from those you interview.
Learn to speak your clients’ language by actually speaking their language.
HOW IT WORKS
Recognize The Need
You see the need to gather more authentic information. You know that you can ask better questions. You just need to know how. Stop wrinkling your brows.
Mark Your Calendar
Clear your calendar and make travel arrangements to come to California spending a few days erasing those lines from your forehead.
Choose from two dates.
Learn From The Best
Attend our two-day workshop and learn from the best in a relaxed vacation-like atmosphere gaining knowledge through practice with expert guidance.
You Know This Will Rock!
“Clean Interviewing is needed across
all areas at our company.”
Why Clean Interviewing?
“Because asking questions is so common, interviewers can be lulled into believing interviewing is unproblematic and requires little specialist knowledge.”
Paul Tosey, PhD (National Teaching Fellow and former Head of PhD Programmes for Surrey Business School)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why Clean Interviewing?
Where did it come from?
Grove devised the principles of Clean Language in the 1980s and continued to develop a specific question set until his death in 2008. Although Owen
Who is this training for?
What will I learn in Clean Language Interview training?
How big are the groups for these trainings?
- High quality academic source materials for reference and further study if desired
How is it taught?
This format allows you to take away new learnings quickly and use them right away in your own work and personal life.
What kind of material do we practice with?
Are there any prerequisites?
Is there a Clean Interviewer certification?
Bring Clean Language Interviewing to your peeps
These organizations have benefitted from Clean Language.
STILL NEED MORE INFORMATION?
CEO Clean Language InstituteSharon Small is an independent researcher and internationally recognized clean language trainer and assessor. She has dedicated her mission to helping others gather good information so they can do great work.
With over 13 years of experience working in the nuclear industry, a degree in psychology and background in Jungian Archetypal psychology, Shamanism and NLP, Sharon brings a broad set of skills and experiences to her training rooms.
The Developing CompanyJames is a co-developer of Symbolic Modelling and a leading authority on the use of self-originated metaphor for personal and professional development.
James lives in the UK with his wife and co-developer, Penny Tompkins. He comes to the US annually where he and Penny join Sharon in California to provide advanced training in Clean Language, Symbolic Modeling and Clean Interviewing.
Corrective Actions Program ManagerJames has been supporting Clean Language training in the US since 2010 and has been using Clean questions and models in his work for over 7 years. He is deeply familiar with the use of Clean Interviewing in both a managerial context and within cause evaluation interviews and corrective action development. James brings over 40 years of corporate experience to our training rooms along with current clean language use in real everyday contexts.
The Developing CompanyPenny is co-author of the book Metaphors in Mind written with her husband, James Lawley. Together, they live in London and run The Developing Company with the aim to facilitate people to see the repeating patterns in their lives, to recognize how these patterns can change, and to trust in the subsequent unfolding of their spirit.
We are fortunate to have her with us during our annual January trainings. Penny’s experience and professionalism raise the room.