A Critical Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring: Debates, Dialogues and Discourses by David E. Gray, Bob Garvey and David A Lane

By: Gray, David EContributor(s): Garvey, Bob | Lane, David AMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: London Sage Publications Ltd 2016Description: 350pISBN: 9781446272282Subject(s): Employees - Coaching | Mentoring in BusinessDDC classification: 658.3124
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Part I: Introducing Coaching And Mentoring: Where Do I Start
1. Why Coaching and Mentoring? Why Now?
2. Psychology as a Perspective To Inform our Work in Coaching and Mentoring

Part II: Coaching and Mentoring Skills and Process: What Do I Actually Do And Why?
3. Coaching and Mentoring Process
4. Competence and Performance for Coaching and Mentoring: a Contested Discourse
5. Coaching and Mentoring in the Learning Mix
6. Evaluating Coaching and Mentoring

Part III: Coaching and Mentoring in Organisations and Other Context
7. Coaching and Mentoring in Specific Contexts
8. Leadership, Management, Coaching and Mentoring
9. Towards A Coaching And Mentoring Culture
10. Introducing Coaching And Mentoring Into An Organisation

Part IV: Professional And Personal Development For Coaches: How Can I Develop My Practice?
11. Towards A Model Of Coaching Supervision
12. Professionalisation and Ethics
13. Research in Coaching and Mentoring
14. Coaching and Mentoring and the Future

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