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About the Author
Alison Straw is an independent consultant and executive coach. Her career has been devoted to helping individuals, groups and organisations develop. She is passionate about engaging and inspiring people and has worked with many senior executives supporting them in developing themselves, their careers and their organisations.
Dena Michelli is an executive coach and leadership development specialist who works across cultures in business school and organisational settings. She is particularly interested in how people move through transition and change and undertook research to map this process for her PhD.
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