Interview Models of Persistence and Innovation
James Lawley and Penny Tompkins command a huge amount of respect in the NLP community. Whilst much of their practice is in communicating and developing Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling, their background and heritage is in NLP which underpins all they do. They talked to Andy Coote about modelling the originator of Clean Language, David Grove, using NLP, in the process developing their own modelling process, developing Symbolic Modelling – centred on Clean Language – and continuing to work with leading NLP trainers and the community.
Interview-Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling in Psychotherapy
Interview with Penny Tompkins and James Lawley conducted in Moscow, September 2016 about their use of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling in psychotherapy.
What Makes a Modeller?
What actually makes a great modeller? Penny Tompkins and James Lawley should know. They
are not only expert modellers themselves, but have undertaken a number of modelling projects in which they have modelled great modellers.
Using Modelling, Metaphor and a Clean Approach in Business
We interviewed James Lawley to find out how he has successfully used modelling, metaphor and a clean approach in business and organisations. James is one of the most experienced facilitators and sponsors of this approach which, combined with his 30 years experience as a manager and consultant, made him an ideal 'model'.
In an interview, James Lawley describes how metaphors can be used in coaching to help clients explore issues at a very deep level.
Polished Verse - An interview with Penny Tompkins and James Lawley
An interview with Penny Tompkins and James Lawley by John Soderlund, editor New Therapist.
Shaping an NLP Training Course for Teachers
Judith Baker interviews Penny Tompkins and James Lawley (in 1997) on how they use NLP in the design and delivery of training courses.
Judy: I am interested in what processes you go through
before you begin a course, how you envisage it, what you go through
as the course unfolds, how you reflect on it afterwards and how that
might change what you do next time ...