Developing Successful Diversity Mentoring Programmes: An International Casebook: An international casebook

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jul 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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A volume of mentoring principles to integrate minorities, improve community relations and harness the creative potential of different perspectives.
 

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Contents

1 Understanding diversity mentoring
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2 The learning and development processes of diversity mentoring
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3 Mentoring in the context of disability
28
4 Mentoring in the context of gender and sexual preference
68
5 Mentoring in the context of race and culture
146
6 A comprehensive view of mentoring programs for diversity
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Index
222
Back cover
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David Clutterbuck is Visiting Professor in the coaching and mentoring faculties of both Oxford Brookes and Sheffield Hallam Universities and a lifetime ambassador for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

Kirsten M. Poulsen is Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School, former (and first) President and co-founder of EMCC Denmark and an experienced management consultant and owner of KMP+.

Frances Kochan is a Wayne T. Smith Distinguished Professor at Auburn University, Alabama, USA. She is the recipient of the Jay Scribner Mentoring Award from the University Council on Educational Administration and has consulted and written extensively on the topic.

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