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The Three Ages of Coaching | Sam Chambers

Times change and thoughts shift. Whatever your profession or career, it is highly unlikely that it will stay in a static state, unchanged forever. The world is perpetually changing, and as it does many aspects of our lives change with it. We adapt our mindsets, our lifestyles, our professions so as not to be left behind; constantly re-considering and adapting our lives. Few professions however, have shown the obvious and constant change of state that coaching has over the past...

Certification: Determining the Credibility of a Life Coach Training Course

Whilst it’s perfectly possible to set up as a Life Coach without any kind of certification, you may not be surprised to learn that we at Animas feel there are a number of reasons why professional coach training can give you a significant advantage when you get out there to coach, whether that’s on a full-time or part-time basis. In this article, we explore how you can determine the credibility and strength of any certification you receive when completing a...

Is Training Necessary to Become an Effective Coach?

Whilst still at a nascent stage compared to other professions such as Counselling and Psychotherapy, Life Coaching as a career path is growing in popularity. The International Coach Federation (ICF) now estimates that there are 53,300 professional, qualified coaches worldwide. This growth reflects the growing acknowledgment of the huge role coaching can play in helping individuals make better choices in life, as well as helping organisations perform more effectively. Now, given that life coaching isn’t a regulated profession in the...