Delivered by Gladeana McMahon, Fellow of ISMAUK
75 Minute Webinar - 29th June 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:15pm
Confidence is one of those concepts that everyone instinctively understands, but if you ask people to define it, you get a variety of answers. We all intuitively know that confidence matters and that a lack of it impedes professional effectiveness and career progression as well as personal well-being and satisfaction. Poor self-confidence can add to individual stress levels. This Webinar aims to provide a Cognitive Behavioural Coaching approach to confidence building and also provides a four stage coaching model together with outlining an overview of the skills that can be used in Confidence Coaching.
Gladeana McMahon is a Fellow of the Association for Coaching, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, Institute of Management Specialists, International Stress Management Association and Royal Society of Arts.
An Accredited coach and therapist she is one of the UK pioneers and founders of Cognitive Behavioural Coaching. Gladeana is Chair Emeritus of the Association for Coaching UK and works as an Executive and Life Coach.
She is an internationally published author with some 20 books of an academic and self-help books to her name. Known for her energy, enthusiasm and down to earth communication skills, Gladeana has worked at senior management level, helped found the Association for Coaching and was Director of Professional Coaching Standards for Cedar Talent Management and Head of Coaching for Penna Meridian.
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