Coaching in a nutshell

12th December 2018

The original Animas book!

Written by Animas founder, Nick Bolton, to share the basics of coaching, “Coaching in a Nutshell” is quick to read but comprehensively lays out what coaching is, who uses it, what for, why, and how it’s done.

Sharing some coaching models as well as exploring the differences with other people-helping professions, you’ll get to grips with the core ideas that sit beneath coaching and how it’s used in practice.

Authored in the early days of Animas (probably with a quill and by candlelight) we have moved on in our thinking around coaching since then but the principles Nick wrote about then hold as true now as they ever did.

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