Techniques For Coaching And Mentoring

Author: Natalie Lancer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317429567
Size: 57.50 MB
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This is a fully revised and updated second edition of the successful Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring, also incorporating the best bits of its sister text Further Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring. The book presents a comprehensive and critical overview of the wide range of tools and techniques available to coaches and mentors. With a strong academic underpinning, it explores a wide range of approaches, and provides techniques both for use with clients and to support professional development of the coach or mentor. Key features include: Easy-to-use resources and techniques for one-to-one coaching; Case studies throughout the text, helping to put theory into practice; An overview of different theoretical approaches; A dedicated section on ‘themes for the coach’ discussing coaching across cultures, evaluating your coaching and looking after yourself as a coach; and Downloadable worksheets for each technique. Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring 2nd Edition is an invaluable resource for professional coaches and mentors looking to enhance their practice, and for students of coaching and mentoring.

Further Techniques For Coaching And Mentoring

Author: David Megginson
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1856174999
Size: 60.99 MB
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Building on the success of companion volume Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring, this new volume from coaching gurus David Clutterbuck and David Megginson is a practical, pragmatic guide to the knowledge and techniques you need for successful coaching and mentoring. Rather than adopting a particular school of coaching or mentoring, the authors pick the best from a range of models and frameworks that have developed since the first book published to help you enrich your practice. Further Techniques also features a new structure to make it more reader-friendly, with Part 1 putting the techniques into context, Part 2 covering the frameworks in eight contributed chapters and Part 3 including broader chapters that focus in on techniques for the client, techniques for the coach/mentor and techniques for working on the relationship between coach/mentor and client. A selection of leading figures in the field contribute their techniques and models to the framework chapters in Part 2, taking you through the necessary principles and offering practical advice for newcomers and seasoned professionals alike. Offering a wide portfolio of approaches for helping and developing others, this book is an invaluable resource for all coaches and mentors and a must read for anyone wanting to learn more about one-to-one coaching and mentoring. Edited by David Megginson and David Clutterbuck. Contributors: Gladeana McMahon, Marion Gillie, Daniel Doherty, Megan Reitz, Alan Sieler, John Groom and Vivien Whitaker. * New volume from coaching gurus to follow on from the successful Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring—an essential addition to your coaching and training bookshelf * Presents the best from a range of models and frameworks to broaden your knowledge and repertoire without the need for expensive training * Practical and reader-friendly, with contributions from leading figures in the field and an introduction that puts their frameworks into context

Further Techniques For Coaching And Mentoring

Author: David Megginson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113643979X
Size: 52.92 MB
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Building on the success of companion volume Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring, this new volume from coaching gurus David Clutterbuck and David Megginson is a practical, pragmatic guide to the knowledge and techniques you need for successful coaching and mentoring. Rather than adopting a particular school of coaching or mentoring, the authors pick the best from a range of models and frameworks that have developed since the first book published to help you enrich your practice. Further Techniques also features a new structure to make it more reader-friendly, with Part 1 putting the techniques into context, Part 2 covering the frameworks in eight contributed chapters and Part 3 including broader chapters that focus in on techniques for the client, techniques for the coach/mentor and techniques for working on the relationship between coach/mentor and client. A selection of leading figures in the field contribute their techniques and models to the framework chapters in Part 2, taking you through the necessary principles and offering practical advice for newcomers and seasoned professionals alike. Offering a wide portfolio of approaches for helping and developing others, this book is an invaluable resource for all coaches and mentors and a must read for anyone wanting to learn more about one-to-one coaching and mentoring. Edited by David Megginson and David Clutterbuck. Contributors: Gladeana McMahon, Marion Gillie, Daniel Doherty, Megan Reitz, Alan Sieler, John Groom and Vivien Whitaker.

Coaching Counseling Mentoring

Author: Florence M. Stone
Publisher: AMACOM
ISBN: 9780814430101
Size: 49.42 MB
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Coaching, counseling, and mentoring can dramatically improve employee productivity and satisfaction. But there’s a big difference between continuously encouraging employees to do their jobs well (coaching), attempting to fix poor performance (counseling), and helping top performers excel (mentoring). Unfortunately, most managers don’t truly understand how and when to do each. Coaching, Counseling & Mentoring provides helpful tools like self-assessments and real-life scenarios, and gives managers specific, practical guidance on using these techniques to improve the performance of all their people. This updated and revised second edition includes useful scripts for talking to employees about sensitive issues, and new material on topics including working with off-site employees, what to say when an employee denies a problem exists, whether or not to coach temps and part-timers, how to draw the line between the mentoring and supervisory role, and what to do when counseling fails. This is an essential guide for managers who want to build their confidence and skill in getting the most from their people.

Coaching And Mentoring

Author: Eric Parsloe
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749477636
Size: 45.84 MB
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Over the last 15 years, Coaching and Mentoring has become the go-to guide for anyone looking to develop their coaching and mentoring skills at individual, team or organizational level. Clear and accessible, it uses practical tools and best practice to demonstrate how to relate theoretical models to specific situations to gain real benefits. It provides strategies that can be applied to any situation, including life coaching, business coaching and community mentoring. Now in its 3rd edition, Coaching and Mentoring has been fully updated to cover the latest thinking and developments in this area including extended coverage of coaching supervision. There is also now a brand new section on practical applications of coaching and mentoring for organizations which includes advice on how to align coaching and mentoring strategies to overall business goals and how to provide evidence for its transformational impact on employee performance. Full of practical advice, case studies and examples, this comprehensive guide will be of value to everyone involved in any aspect coaching and mentoring.

Coaching And Mentoring In Health And Social Care

Author: Julia Foster-Turner
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN: 9781857755497
Size: 58.12 MB
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Provides a grounding in the key principles and practice of coaching and mentoring. This book explains how this connects with thinking in the Health and Social Care sectors. It offers comprehensive, step-by-step guidance on the process with a range of tools and techniques to explore.

Coaching And Mentoring

Author: Bob Garvey
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1526417219
Size: 57.45 MB
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This book is not available as an inspection copy. For more information contact your local sales representative. Drawing on extensive research and the authors’ own experiences as coaches and mentors, the book offers a critical perspective on the theory and practice of coaching and mentoring. The Third Edition is split into four parts and has been updated to include the contemporary debates, issues and influences in the field. It features a collection of new international case-studies, drawn from the USA, Africa, Asia and South America, along with an increased emphasis on current topics such as internal coaching schemes, e-technologies and social media. In addition to these features, there are four new chapters: Perspectives on Coaching and Mentoring from around the Globe – Comparing case studies written by practitioners in locations around the world. The Skilled Coachee – An examination of the role of coachee in the coaching and mentoring process. Question of Ethics – A chapter devoted to the ethical issues inherent in coaching and mentoring. Towards a Meta-Theory – A chance for the reader to conceive new ways to engage with theory and practice. The book is complemented by a companion website featuring a range of tools and resources for instructors and students, including PowerPoint slides, flash-cards and access to full text SAGE Journal articles. Suitable reading for students on coaching and mentoring modules.

The Psychology Of Coaching Mentoring And Learning

Author: Ho Law
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118598318
Size: 74.85 MB
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The Psychology of Coaching, Mentoring and Learning addresses the psychological principles upon which organizational and industrial coaching and mentoring is based. The new edition of this text is updatd with new research, taking into account the growth of positive psychology and its role in coaching and mentoring. This book is ideal for coaches, mentors, trainers, psychologists, senior executives, managers, and students with an interest in this field.

Beyond Goals

Author: Susan David
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317174739
Size: 30.27 MB
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What is there in developmental relationships beyond setting and striving to achieve goals? The presence of goals in coaching and mentoring programs has gone largely unquestioned, yet evidence is growing that the standard prescription of SMART, challenging goals is not always appropriate - and even potentially dangerous - in the context of a complex and rapidly changing world. Beyond Goals advances standard goal-setting theory by bringing together cutting-edge perspectives from leaders in coaching and mentoring. From psychology to neuroscience, from chaos theory to social network theory, the contributors offer diverse and compelling insights into both the advantages and limitations of goal pursuit. The result is a more nuanced understanding of goals, with the possibility for practitioners to bring greater impact and sophistication to their client engagements. The implications of this reassessment are substantial for all those practicing as coaches and mentors, or managing coaching or mentoring initiatives in organizations.