Active in this area for over 20 years, including researching it when writing
Transformational Mentoring - Creating Developmental Alliances for Organisational Cultures
. This was published in 1995 by McGraw-Hill (and republished by Sherwood in 1999). Much of what was written then is now also commonly referred to as coaching.
In 1992, established a network of HR professionals who were keen to know what others were doing; this group met regularly on a quarterly basis until end 2003 when the EMCC succeeded it.
Founding Director (with Sir John Whitmore, Prof David Megginson, David Clutterbuck, Eric Parsloe) of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, President of the 1st EMCC Pan-European Board, member of the Examining Board of the Oxford School of Coaching and Mentoring and hence the CIPD, and regular presenter at European Coaching & Mentoring Conferences.
Since 1992 have provided consultancy advice, led senior level discussions to relate coach/mentoring to corporate culture, and/or designed and run training events and provided support materials for a number of organisations in places as varied as India, Australia and Eastern Europe.
Within the UK:
Use the links below to navigate to pages about my current roles, qualifications and employment history:
Current Roles & Pro Bono Positions
Qualifications & Offices Held
Employment History (Pre 1986)
Download My CV (PDF)
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Assessment & Development Centres
Coaching & Mentoring
Consulting & Training
Counselling & Psychotherapy
TA & Supervision
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