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Finding Coaching Inspiration and Tips from unlikely places....

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  • JonWoodward74

    For those who have read some of my blogs, you will know I like to draw comparisons with coaching from a variety of places. Over the past few months, i started using Lego (again!) as a creative based tool with coaching and coach education, as well as the enjoyment of creating with my daughters at home.

    Linked to this, there is a clip from the Lego Movie which resonated with me around coaching and the impact it can have - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=lego+movie+ending

    Please watch the clip and share your thoughts on it (I am quite prepared that it might mean nothing to you as I am a little left field in my thinking!!)

    Also, can you share other clips, pictures, photos or whatever you have drawn inspiration from...

    Have a great day


  • anfy

    Not exactly an inspiration, but a cartoon I like to use in coach education sessions when we are discussing equality and equity :

    equality vs equity

  • JonWoodward74

    It's an excellet one - and one I have used frequently across many different environments...

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