Coaching And Mentoring At Work: Developing Effective Practice: Developing Effective Practice

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 296 pages
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This unique book focuses on the common ground between coaching and mentoring, offering nine key principles for effective practice.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART 1 Effective Coaching and Mentoring
5
PART 2 Coach and Mentor Development
79
PART 3 Model Tools and Techniques
135
PART 4 Coaching and Mentoring Practice
213
useful contacts and websites
265
Bibliography
266
Index
272
Adverts
282
Back cover
287
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About the author (2012)

Mary Connor has worked as a consultant in individual and organization development, throughout the UK, in South East Asia and in South America. She has extensive experience as a coach, mentor, trainer and coach supervisor.

Following an early career with BP and Exxon, Julia Pokora established an independent consultancy, and was an Associate with Ashridge Teamworking Services. She has recently focused on developing mentoring and coaching capability in the Health Service.

Mary and Julia are founder members of Coaching and Mentoring Consultants which delivers training and supervision for managers, leaders, educators, clinicians and health professionals.

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