In this, the most recent of our Animas Lectures, Professional Leadership Coach Peter Hyson explores how we can move our clients from "Great" - self-actualisation - to "Greatest" in what he terms self-transcendence.
A Nick-less Animas...could you imagine such a thing? Well, just last week he sent out an email addressed to all Animas students and alumni about precisely that: the "retirement" of Animas Founder and CEO, Nick Bolton.
A life coaching course will enable you to confidently pursue life coaching work with clients. However, all courses vary, and it can be difficult to know if you’re getting a suitable qualification, and the best bang for your buck. We look at some things to consider when selecting a life coaching course.
Gender dynamics influence everything from our most intimate choices to global events. Leading gender consultant and researcher, and recent Animas workshop host Yael Nevo answers some pre-workshop questions around gender and what she hopes the attendees would take away from it.
Looking to gain an ICF credential? Wondering what's involved? In this blog post, four Animas coaches describe their firsthand experience of gaining their credentials and why it mattered to them.
I was born in Moscow to an average, low income family. My parents divorced when I was seven years old, my brother just one. I grew up early because I felt responsible for my mother and younger brother. I always considered myself an ordinary girl without any evident talents.
Categories: Graduate stories
If you were to ask coaches how they found their way into coaching, many of them will tell you that their decision to coach came as a result of being coached themselves. This is testament to just how beneficial and powerful creating a space for dialogic reflection can be.