How I got where I am today

Stevens, Michelle
February 2010
People Management;2/11/2010, p40
An interview with Gladeana McMahon, chair of the Association for Coaching and director of professional coaching standards for Cedar Talent Management. McMahon says that she got into coaching by accident when she became very interested in the application of practical skills and ways of helping people as a psychotherapist. McMahon enjoys the rich complexity of human nature and the challenge of working with a wide variety of people.


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