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Chapman, Rhiannon
December 1997
People Management;12/04/97, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p28
Describes the part which the author plays as she combined coaching and mentoring with specialist advice on personnel issues. Professionals who have access to the latest expertise and advice from the professional firms that many of them came from; Supports that employees can get from within the human resource profession; Her duties as a non-executive director. INSET: A helping hand by Jane Pickard.


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