Global Career/Transition Coach
Gwynedd Theron provides career management coaching, life coaching, and human resource consulting to individuals, employees, and company owners. She has authored and presented training materials on various job-related topics to targeted audiences.
Delivering lifestyle integration programs to customers, Gwynedd’s specialty is helping people re-launch their lives personally and professionally after setbacks, significant job gaps, or relocations. She is passionate about helping clients address compromised work histories and regaining their professional reputations.
Gwynedd has worked independently for the past five years and joined IMPACT Group as a career coach in December 2014. Prior to career coaching, she served in client services management, human resources management, and training in various sectors, such as marketing, branding, advertising, education, information technology, and health and wellness, for 21 years.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and English Literature, has obtained an Integral Coach (ACC) qualification at University of Cape Town (UCT) Centre for Coaching (affiliated to New Ventures West, USA), received certification in Training and Development Management at UCT, acquired Master Career Management Coach Certification from Cape Consulting, and obtained certification as an Aperian Global Virtual Country Briefing Program Facilitator. She is also a registered member of COMENSA (Coaches and Mentors in South Africa).
Gwynedd is fluent in English and Afrikaans, and she lives in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa. Her favorite ways to recharge her batteries include walking and reading. Her long-term goal is to walk the Camino de Santiago, and she is working toward that goal one small step at a time.
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