Taking passion into internal Coaching – Patrick orsini

16th November 2018

Patrick Orsini speaking @ the Animas Summit 2017

In this talk, Patrick offers a different perspective on whats possible as a coach in the business world. If you’ve ever wondered what Internal coaching can provide, here’s the talk for you.

Originally from Italy, Patrick has been living in London since 2008. He has worked for years in the field of team leading and project management and had great fun doing it.

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