Global Alliance inaugural meeting defines core principles and practices

The Global Coaching & Mentoring Alliance (GCMA) has agreed that its core purpose is to ‘professionalise’ coaching and mentoring. At the first meeting in Dublin on 27 February, the GCMA firmed up its purpose, which includes “expressing a shared view of the practice of professional coaching”. It also established core objectives, values and guiding principles for member parties. One principle is to “remember it is an alliance of professional bodies, not a body itself”. The Association for Coaching, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and the International Coach Federation formed the GCMA in November. The GCMA is open to other […]

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