Consultant Judy Rees helps groups and teams to develop creative collaborative dialogue. They learn to uncover and share the roots of their thinking by using a precision inquiry methodology, called Clean Language.
This process is unusual because it pays close attention to metaphor, the n
Primary school children have the ability to collaborate and get great things done together. That’s the view of teacher Julie McCracken, author of Clean Language in the Classroom. She’s even had very young children produce and stage their own end-of-year show, with minimal input from adults. In this interview she tells Judy Rees how it’s done, as well as discussing the essential collaborations behind getting a book published. That’s like a tug-of-war, apparently. In this episode you’ll learn ways to introduce Clean Language to young children that also work with adults.