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The Power and Benefits of a Powerful Coaching Community

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I was talking to someone who had recently completed a coaching course, with a different coaching school. They loved the course and had enjoyed working with a few practice clients, but had then reached a bit of a tapering off. They said it was hard finding practice clients, hard to…

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A Hat-trick of Accreditation: Animas Training Awarded EMCC Global Quality Award

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Animas has always had great relationships with the accrediting bodies, recognising that in a self-regulating profession, accreditation from the organisations that set out to ensure the gold standard of coach training is incredibly important, not just for us as a coaching school that is committed to delivering training of the…

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Opening the 2021 ACTO Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Conference: A Q&A With Centre Director Robert Stephenson

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At Animas, we are always looking to share our perspectives, thoughts and opinions around the topics that are really important, both to the coaching industry, but also the wider world. Centre Director Robert Stephenson is no stranger to thought leadership work, particularly work centred around Diversity and Inclusion, having contributed…

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Behind the Curtain at Animas – Episode 2: A Discussion With Founder & CEO Nick Bolton

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In this episode, the second instalment of our ‘behind the curtain’ conversations Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Founder and CEO Nick Bolton as they share what’s been happening behind the scenes at Animas, reflect back on 2020, and some of the exciting things that are in the…

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A QA With Animas Head of Social Impact

The Importance of Community: A Q&A With Community & Events Manager Cat Burnett

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Community is something that has always been important to us at Animas. Having recently hired our new Community and Events Manager Cat Burnett, our Head of Content Sam Chambers sat down with Cat to find out more about her background around, how she is enjoying her new role with Animas so…

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Behind the Curtain at Animas: A Discussion With Founder & CEO Nick Bolton

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In this episode, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Founder and CEO of Animas Nick Bolton as they share what’s been happening behind the scenes at Animas, and some of the exciting things that are on the horizons for the rest of the year and beyond! Robert and…

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What Going Virtual Taught Us About Our Community

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With the pandemic and subsequent lockdown ensuring most of us have had to stay indoors for the best part of 5 months, many people around the world have had to get used to new approaches around how we work and live on a day to day basis. Animas made the…

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Transitioning To Virtual Training: A Discussion With Animas Head Of Training, Marcus Stone

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In the first of a diverse series of exploratory virtual conversations, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson speaks with Animas Head of Training Marcus Stone around the transition to virtual training. Marcus shares his experience of transitioning to online training delivery,  how the training team are enjoying the switch, feedback from…

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From In-Person to Virtual in One Week: An Interview with Head of Training Marcus Stone

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There’s been lots of change, shift and transition for everyone in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. At Animas, we made the decision to move all of our training to the virtual learning space on 12th March to prevent a ‘learning lockdown’ for our students, whilst keeping them and our…

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