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Coaching and mentoring in higher education : a learning-centred approach

Author: Eileen Carnell; Jacqui Macdonald; Sue Askew
Publisher: London : Institute of Education, University of London, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This handbook sets out a clear organisational rationale of coaching and mentoring and provides structured activities for self-reflection or groups. It will be particularly suitable for Higher Education institutions which are considering the development of mentoring as part of their effective professional relationships and working practices. This handbook extends our thinking by examining how the practices of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eileen Carnell; Jacqui Macdonald; Sue Askew
ISBN: 0854737529 9780854737529
OCLC Number: 85509821
Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Coaching and mentoring : definitions and models. Some definitions of coaching and mentoring ; Differences between coaching and mentoring ; Coaching and mentoring and links with learning ; Coaching and mentoring and links with effective learning ; What coaching and mentoring is not --
3. Benefits of coaching and mentoring. Benefits to the coachee/mentee ; Benefits to the coach/mentor ; Benefits to the organisation --
4. The roles of the coach and the coachee, mentor and mentee. Starting the process ; The role of the coach/mentor ; The role of the coachee/mentee ; the role of the conversation --
5. What helps and hinders the process of coaching and mentoring?. What helps effective coaching and mentoring? ; What hinders effective coaching and mentoring? --
6. A case study of coaching and mentoring : a programme of staff development and support networks at the Institute of Education, university of London. The introduction of coaching and mentoring at the Institute of Education ; How the process operates ; Coaching and mentoring for specific phases and foci.
Responsibility: Eileen Carnell, Jacqui MacDonald and Susan Askew.

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This handbook sets out a clear organisational rationale of coaching and mentoring and provides structured activities for self-reflection or groups. It will be particularly suitable for Higher Education institutions which are considering the development of mentoring as part of their effective professional relationships and working practices. This handbook extends our thinking by examining how the practices of coaching and mentoring have explicit links with models of learning. A case study of the learning-centred model that has been successfully piloted at the Institute of Education illustrates these links in practice. In addition, the handbook covers: the benefits and purposes of mentoring/coaching; who can be a coach/mentor; the activities involved and the skills required; dialogue in coaching/mentoring; personal qualities necessary in effective relationships; ethical guidelines. The accompanying CD contains printable masters of the activities. --Publisher description.

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