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    To Margaret for always supporting, challenging, questioning and being so creative. Thank you!

    About the Author

    Bob Garvey is one of Europe's leading academic practitioners in coaching and mentoring and his research has influenced policy, practice and productivity in a range of organisations in all sectors – corporate, small business, public and the not for profit and voluntary sectors. He is also in demand internationally as a keynote conference speaker and has presented papers and keynote conference presentations around the world including the US, Canada, Europe and Africa. He was awarded a Chair in Mentoring and Coaching at Sheffield Hallam University in 2007. Bob is widely published in books as well as professional and academic journals. His current clients include Lloyds Banking Group, Wood McKenzie, McBride plc, SIG, Earth Tech, SSAT, Eli Lilly, several universities in Europe and a variety of NHS Trusts. Bob has coaching experience with executives in a range of sectors, self-employed people, young people, performing artists and middle management.

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