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Thorough and well-reasoned, this book presents a clear concept of mentoring from cover to cover. Anyone who reads this work will walk away knowing why mentoring should occur, what it can do for them, and how it can help address complicated contemporary problems. A must-read by all standards!
This seminal guide to contemporary coaching and mentoring practice goes from strength to strength with this important update, where the authors bring all of their collective wit and wisdom to bear on the delights, dramas and dilemmas that the growth of C&M professional practice brings. This volume demands a re-read for those who immersed themselves in its insights first time around: and would be recommended without reservation to those new to the field.
This book is essential for mentoring practitioners and scholars. New chapters on ethics and power along with interactive case studies and activities make this a must-have book. A pleasure to read with valuable resources I will use right away.
My dear friends’ obsession with coaching and mentoring infuses this great updated version of a book that is fast becoming a classic in coaching and mentoring literature. The new structure maintains a pragmatic undertone and pulls together the threads of research, theory and practice in a user-friendly way. In a complex and confusing world, this really is a book to expand the minds and hearts of all students, practitioners or fellow academics to the compelling delights of coaching and mentoring.
This book clarifies what coaching and mentoring are before going on to explore such topics as how to create a culture for coaching and mentoring activities, how to design and evaluate these and different competencies required for undertaking coaching and mentoring. It is presented in an engaging style, with reflection questions to help readers think about application and usage at the end of each section.
I found this book excellent. A useful addition to Train the Trainer sessions. Easy to read.
too specialist in much of its focus for managment students
Coaching and Mentoring is a brilliant trove of support for teachers who are mentoring trainees on the Cert Ed or PGCE pathways. The writing is clear and engaging and the opportunities for reflection are appropriate and useful. The case studies included cover a range of relevant situations which are of benefit, particularly to new mentors.
Because of the level of detail, clarity and accessibility, this proved to be a popular and worthwhile additional for our HE students studying coaching for the first time.
This is a very accessible and readable book covering the general principles involved in coaching. It would be an excellent book to accompany and coaching course or indeed as a source of further reading and depth in terms of the ideas a coaching course introduces you to.
This book is clearly structured and provides a range of theoretical ideas around the practice of coaching and mentoring.
It is clearly written and therefore accessible to a range of students. The use of reflective questions throughout encourages the reader to apply theory to practice and case studies help to illuminate this even further.
A very useful resources for my Level 6 Coaching and Mentoring module.