- X-Ray Listening: Clean Language section for NLP Master Practitioner Course
X-Ray Listening: Clean Language section for NLP Master Practitioner Course
By Judy Rees, delivered Ecclefechan Sept 2013
- X-Ray Listening Judy Rees
- Judy Rees Passionate about connecting minds and bodies via metaphor, to catalyse change Co-author of Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds International coach and trainer
- Asking About Metaphor When you are listening at your best, you are like... what? (Starter question only) What kind of X (is that X)? Is there anything else about X?
- What did you notice?
- Listening Benefits Brings you clarity about what people mean Reduces misunderstandings and conflict Helps listenees to think precisely Builds rapport and trust Conceals your ignorance!
- AreYou Listening? 1.Listen 2.Be distracted 3.Listen Notice what happens!
- What Makes A Good Listener? Your suggestions
- Deeper Listening? 1.Person A talks about something important to them 2.Person B listens without speaking (can smile and nod) Notice what happens!
- What Happened? When you were being listened to? When you were the listener? To the relationship between you?
- Parrot Phrasing
- Parrot Phrasing 1.Person A talks about something important to them 2.Person B encourages them by repeating selected words and phrases 3.Person C listens for metaphors and makes some notes for later
- A waitress increased her tips by 70% simply by repeating the customers order back to them in their own words, rather than saying okay or coming right up University of Nijmegen, 2005
- Metaphor Thought is made of metaphor - the native language of the unconscious mind
- Metaphor Describes one kind of thing in terms of another kind of thing
- Surfaces And Essences Douglas Hofstadter and Emmanuel Sander
- Metaphors In Mind Categorising Creating Interpreting Deciding Learning
- Coins Activity Take a handful of coins Arrange them to represent either: you and your family, or you and your colleagues
- Metaphor In Language Six metaphors per minute Side-effect of metaphoric thought Can be used to connect with the unconscious mind
- Metaphor in Thought Change in metaphor in language can lead to change in thought Change in metaphor in thought rearranges neurology - everything changes
- The Mind
- David Groves Clean Language Clean Language Precision toolkit for working with metaphor in thought
- Noticing Metaphors
- Natural Metaphors Cliches and proverbs Common metaphors - eg. journey, game, space, force Its like... is stated or implied
- Directing attention with questions
- Clean Language Questions Precision tools for working with peoples thoughts and directing attention Designed to minimise content input Include as few presuppositions and metaphors as possible
- Use only the given question, with one or more of the persons own words And when... with a parrot-phrase is used as a connector Clean Language Questions
- David Grove 1950 - 2008
- Clean Language Created by David Grove for therapy Modelled/codified by Penny Tompkins and James Lawley Now ideas applied in multiple contexts - management, coaching, marketing etc Increasingly supported by academic research
- Constraint inspires creativity
- What happens when you are asked a question?
- The art of directing attention
- The 2 Lazy Jedi Questions
- 2 Lazy Jedi Qs: Uses Finding out more about anything!
- 2 Lazy Jedi Questions What kind of X (is that X)? Is there anything else about X?
- Words Are Personal Think of a flower What kind of flower is your flower?
- Using The 2 LJQs Whats one of the goals you have in life? (Starter only) What kind of X (is that X)? Is there anything else about X?
- What did you notice?
- The Dark Side Of Metaphor
- Discovering A Metaphor Listen for, and notice, natural metaphors Or ask:And thats... like... what? Ask very slowly, with long pauses Metaphors are personal Ask Clean Language questions - the details are always different
- Handling The Dark Side Notice - is this a metaphor for a problem or an outcome? If its a problem, take care! Either: Use Power Switch immediately or Ask up to two LJQs before asking for a metaphor, then use the Power Switch
- Exploring A Metaphor Start with What would you like to have happen? Explore that outcome with Clean Language questions Listen for, and explore, metaphors If drifting into problem, use Power Switch
- The Power Switch And when , what would you like to have happen?
- The Power Switch Uses Changing focus from negative to positive Changing mood/state Unsticking Persuasion, influence, sales Conflict resolution
- Power Switch Practice Start by stating a minor problem And when , what would you like to have happen?
- Power Switch Practice This time, start with a metaphor for a minor problem And is like... what?>
- Practice Person A talks about something/someone they love (or a metaphor for that) What kind of X? Is there anything else about X? And when , what would you like to have happen?
- Feeling to Metaphor Person A mentions a feeling What kind of X? Is there anything else about X? Where/whereabouts is X? And thats like... what?
- Unlocking The Emotional Brain Bruce Ecker, Robin Ticic, Laurel Hulley
- Coaching With Clean Get a towards outcome Get a metaphor for that outcome Develop the metaphor until chimes No fixing! Elicitation is the intervention
- Coaching With Clean What would you like to have happen (as a result of this module)? What kind of X? Is there anything else about X? Where/whereabouts is X? And thats like... what?
- Necessary Conditions What needs to happen for X? Conditions are often nested
- When you are working at your best, you are like what?
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- Judy Rees www.xraylistening.com - blog www.learncleanlanguage.com - resources www.judyrees.co.uk - coaching
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