In this episode, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Founder and CEO of Animas Nick Bolton as they share what’s been happening behind the scenes at Animas, and some of the exciting things that are on the horizons for the rest of the year and beyond!
Robert and Nick dive into all of the things that are both exciting and challenging us at the moment, as well as sharing the current purpose and four missions for the business, and touching on the vision for the future of Animas.
As part of the discussion they share the impact of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic on the business, Animas team and community, and speak about the important re-emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement and what it means for us as a coaching organisation that wants to make a difference.
Nick and Robert also touch on some of the current projects around thought leadership and social impact including the social impact summit which took place on 22nd September.
If you want to know more about what’s happening behind the scenes at Animas, our current focus, and exciting plans for the future be sure to tune into this episode!
Nick also founded the International Centre for Coaching Supervision whose mission is to enable coaches from across the world to access an exceptional coaching supervision course through accredited, virtual live-training. If you’re interested in training as a coach supervisor you can find out more here: https://iccs.co/
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