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Meet a Mentor: Peter Arthur (1965G)

29 Mar 2019
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OD Mentoring Programme
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Meet a Mentor: Peter Arthur (1965G)
Background:

I worked for 37 years both as a corporate lawyer in private practice and as General Counsel of Anglo American. I have been living in London for the past 7 years and have developed a “third career” as a mentor and executive coach. During my 37 years in the work place I have realised that there is a strong link between optimal performance in the world of work and emotional robustness. Accordingly, where appropriate, I work with clients to focus on their inner strengths and self-awareness in relation to the goals which clients have established for their mentorship sessions. I aim to create a safe and non-judgmental space in which clients are able to explore solutions to reaching their goals.
What does Mentoring mean to you?
I strongly believe in the power and value of mentoring and would encourage any OD who feels the need to be mentored to take the opportunity to do so through the highly skilled and experienced mentors in the OD network. 
LinkedIn Profile:
www.linkedin.com/in/peterarthurmentorandmediator
 

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