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The Fractal Nature of Coaching (Part 1)

Published: 19/07/2015
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, discusses the nature of behaviour and self as fractals and how coaching can help support change around enduring patterns.

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What Lies Beneath – Coaching under the Surface (Part 2)

Published: 27/12/2014
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, shares his perspective on how we might forge coaching relationships that explore a client's existential paradigm.

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What Lies Beneath – Coaching under the Surface (Part 1)

Published: 27/12/2014
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, shares his perspective on how we might forge coaching relationships that explore a client's existential paradigm.

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The Hero’s Journey in Coaching

Published: 22/12/2014
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Robert Stephenson, Head of Training at Animas, explores the work of Joseph Campbell and archetypes and how this can be used in coaching.

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Time & Timelessness in Coaching

Published: 18/12/2014
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, share his thinking around the role of time in coaching.

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Working with the Self in Coaching (Part 2)

Published: 18/12/2014
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, discusses the concept of the Self and how we might work with this in coaching.

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Working with the Self in Coaching (Part 1)

Published: 17/12/2014
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Nick Bolton, founder of Animas, discusses the concept of the Self and how we might work with this in coaching.

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The Projected Self – Authenticity and Relationships (Part 2)

Published: 05/12/2014
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Peggy Guglielmino, faculty trainer, shares her perspective on relationships and the concept of the "projected self".

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The Projected Self – Authenticity and Relationships (Part 1)

Published: 04/12/2014
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Peggy Guglielmino, faculty trainer, shares her perspective on relationships and the concept of the "projected self".

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