How I got where I am today

Benfield, Steve; Stevens, Michelle
January 2010
People Management;1/28/2010, p40
An interview with Steve Benfield, managing director and principal consultant of The Beech Consultancy, regarding his career as a coach consultant is presented. Benfield describes how he mustered the courage to leave his job to start The Beech Consultancy in 2000 and the strategies he employed to make his business become one of Great Britain's leading small consultancies. He points out that it was his training as a Covey facilitator which helped him significantly in his coaching business.


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