Light Bulbs!

9th December 2018

Light Bulbs! was the first collective book from Animas, bringing together 13 coaches to explore those moments where an “AHA!” occurs and a client’s perception is turned upside down.

Telling the story of coaching through real-life case studies, this book was the first to offer a glimpse behind the curtain of coaching and to help readers get a sense of the feel of coaching as though you were there – what is said, what is done, what happens next?

Light Bulbs! is a beautiful collection of short case-studies that brings coaching to light in all its complexity and power

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