Working with Clean Language in Coaching: A Discussion with Bronwyn Nash

20th April 2020

In this fascinating conversation Animas Trainer and Coach Bronwyn Nash explores the concept of Clean Coaching with Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson.

Bronwyn shares what clean coaching is, her love of metaphor and imagery, some of the takeaways from her training in clean coaching and how it’s informing her coaching approach with her clients.

You can find out more about Clean Coaching in this article by Bronwyn.

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