In this episode of the Animas Podcast, experienced coach Teresa Wilson talks about her work coaching in prisons, sharing reflections and insights from coaching in this unique environment. She also talks about the importance of authenticity and our ‘true selves’ in the coaching space, as well as discussing her current book project which focuses on the relationship between creativity and coaching.
Teresa is a very experienced coach, having delivered over 700 coaching hours to more than 100 clients. Much of this work has been delivered in prisons, as she has a passionate belief that everyone should have access to the life-changing potential of coaching, and that if the most vulnerable in our society can make positive changes in their lives then the ripple effects of those changes benefit us all.
Categories : Working as a coach
Becoming a coach
The popularity of coaching as an approach to personal and professional development and change continues to grow, and this comes as little surprise to us. As a transformational coaching school we know the power of coaching as a means for transformation, and it would seem we are not the only…
Categories: Becoming a coach, Uncategorised, Working as a coach
Journeying into the Unknown: An Exploration of the Uncharted Waters to Becoming a CEO - Robert Stephenson
In this brilliant lecture, our very own Robert Stephenson shares his experience of becoming a CEO. Mapping his journey with personal stories and insights, Robert explores how we can become the CEO of our own lives and the captains of our own ships to enable us to prepare for unseen…
In the latest instalment of the Animas Podcast, life coach, entrepreneur and founder of unique events business Trigger Conversations, Georgie Nightingall, talks about her work around getting people to have more meaningful conversations and move away from the repetitive mundanities of questions such as "What do you do?" Georgie also…