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Amaranatho (supervision)
Episode 1627th July 2021 • The Coach's Backpack • David Lowe
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This week, Amaranatho from Playful Monk discusses supervision and tells us:

  • Which book (written in an old language) can help you understand yourself better
  • Why a lack of congruence is a sin
  • How play and being a monk go hand in hand
  • The difference between chanting and singing
  • What the playful monk approach is
  • Which of the amazing people he has met in the past he would take along
  • What more support coaches need on top of supervision
  • ... and much more.

Find out more about Amaranatho at playfulmonk.net

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More about Amaranatho

As a mindfulness-based executive, agile mindset coach, scrum master; Amaranatho supports executives, leaders and teams to stay calm and connected in complex situations using the PlayfulMonk approach he developed. He was a Buddhist monk for 15 years, has a degree in AI and is an accredited coaching supervisor and coaches at the senior practitioner level of the EMCC.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amaranatho/

http://www.playfulmonk.net