Gladeana McMahon – Fellow and Chair Emeritus Association for Coaching UK
Gladeana McMahon is considered one of the leading personal development and transformational coaches in the UK who combines academic rigour with down to earth communication skills. She has 34 years experience as a therapist, 20 years experience as a coach, and has worked for a range of counselling organizations as therapist and at Director and Senior Management level.
Always an innovator, Gladeana is one of the UK founders of Cognitive Behavioural Coaching and is also an internationally published author with some 18 books of a popular and academic nature on coaching and counselling to her name.
Gladeana helped found the Association for Coaching and holds the positions of Fellow and Chair Emeritus Association for Coaching UK. She was also responsible for launching the coach accreditation process for the Association for Coaching and is a specialist Cognitive Behavioural Coaching accreditation for the Association for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapists.
In addition to presenting a range of coaching programmes, Gladeana was listed as one of the UK’s ‘Top Ten Coaches’ by both the Independent and Observer on Sunday. She coaches CEO’s and those at Director Level as well as politicians and people in the media to master the psychological complexities of 21st century corporate life.