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Creating a Mentoring Culture

Creating a Mentoring Culture

Author: Lois J. Zachary

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 111804651X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 139

In order to succeed in today’s competitive environment, corporate and nonprofit institutions must create a workplace climate that encourages employees to continue to learn and grow. From the author of the best-selling The Mentor’s Guide comes the next-step mentoring resource to ensure personnel at all levels of an organization will teach and learn from each other. Written for anyone who wants to embed mentoring within their organization, Creating a Mentoring Culture is filled with step-by-step guidance, practical advice, engaging stories, and includes a wealth of reproducible forms and tools.

Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture

Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture

Author: Randy Emelo

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN: 9781562868833

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 16

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Mentoring has come a long way from the one-on-one exchange between an older mentor and younger mentee. Read this Infoline to learn modern mentoring techniques such as community, group, reverse mentoring that harness that power of technology to transfer knowledge and improve productivity. This Infoline will: Help you gain a better understanding about Millennial learning habits and generational approaches to mentoring and learning. Define the practice of modern mentoring. Outline the key pillars of modern mentoring. Discuss the individual and organizational benefits of putting this type of social learning and mentoring program in place for your multigenerational workforce. Offer practical advice and guidelines for creating and implementing a modern mentoring culture.

Mentoring in Action

Mentoring in Action

Author: David Megginson

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 0749444967

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 267

View: 685

Basic guide to mentoring in business. Examines a variety of mentoring schemes through case studies and examples.

Coaching and Mentoring

Coaching and Mentoring

Author: Bob Garvey

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781529766660

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 469

Written by two leading scholars in the field, this book is an essential guide to the theory and practice of coaching and mentoring. The 4th Edition features: · New content on the definitional issues and the hybridization of coaching and mentoring · Revised analysis on the research terrain of coaching and mentoring · Careful consideration of the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on coaching and mentoring · New and updated case studies and examples from a wide range of countries, including the USA, Africa, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Russia, Australia, South America, the Czech Republic and Sri Lanka · Updated activities, reflective questions and annotated further reading at the end of each chapter This book also comes with an Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint slides for lecturers to use in their teaching. Suitable reading for students on coaching and mentoring modules. Bob Garvey is Managing Partner of the Lio Partnership, a coaching and mentoring consultancy. Paul Stokes is a Principal Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University and leads its MSc Coaching and Mentoring programme.

Coaching and Mentoring

Coaching and Mentoring

Author: Robert Garvey

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526417206

Category: Education

Page: 368

View: 394

This book is not available as a print inspection copy. To download an e-version click here or for more information contact your local sales representative. Drawing on extensive research and the authors’ own experiences as coaches and mentors, the book offers a critical perspective on the theory and practice of coaching and mentoring. The Third Edition is split into four parts and has been updated to include the contemporary debates, issues and influences in the field. It features a collection of new international case-studies, drawn from the USA, Africa, Asia and South America, along with an increased emphasis on current topics such as internal coaching schemes, e-technologies and social media. In addition to these features, there are four new chapters: Perspectives on Coaching and Mentoring from around the Globe – Comparing case studies written by practitioners in locations around the world. The Skilled Coachee – An examination of the role of coachee in the coaching and mentoring process. Question of Ethics – A chapter devoted to the ethical issues inherent in coaching and mentoring. Towards a Meta-Theory – A chance for the reader to conceive new ways to engage with theory and practice. The book is complemented by a companion website featuring a range of tools and resources for instructors and students, including PowerPoint slides, flash-cards and access to full text SAGE Journal articles. Suitable reading for students on coaching and mentoring modules.

Mentoring In Health Professions Education

Mentoring In Health Professions Education

Author: Alice Fornari

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030869359

Category: Education

Page: 159

View: 99

This IAMSE Manual, Mentoring Across the Continuum, is a product of its co-editors' and authors’ lifetime work in mentoring faculty and studying the impact of this mentoring. The book defines the field of academic medicine as highly dependent on finding and relating to mentors at virtually every stage of a doctor's career. It describes and analyzes successful mentor/mentee relationships, examining the authors' personal experiences, as well as a data-driven approach, to explore the many different roles and perspectives on mentoring relationships and ultimately the mentoring culture. The editors look at the data with respect to the success of different strategies in mentoring, as well as different structures of diverse mentoring programs. As well, proven ways to deliver these programs successfully for all professionals who lead mentoring programs or are active participants as mentees. There is a special emphasis on the mentoring of medical educators. However, the themes explored in this book are generalizable beyond the medical educator to include diverse academic roles across the continuum. In particular, enumerating the many specific roles of a mentor beyond just the traditional concepts adds breadth and depth to understanding what can be gained from mentor-mentee relationships. This Manual is a valuable resource for clinicians, educators, and trainees in addition to anyone involved in medical education and progressing through the stages of practicing, teaching, and learning in medicine. This Manual represents a meaningful addition to the literature on this most important professional subject.

Creating a Mentoring Culture

Creating a Mentoring Culture

Author: Lois J. Zachary

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: 0999007394

Category:

Page: 304

View: 126

In order to succeed in today’s competitive environment, corporate and nonprofit institutions must create a workplace climate that encourages employees to continue to learn and grow. From the author of the best-selling The Mentor’s Guide comes the next-step mentoring resource to ensure personnel at all levels of an organization will teach and learn from each other. Written for anyone who wants to embed mentoring within their organization, Creating a Mentoring Culture is filled with step-by-step guidance, practical advice, engaging stories, and includes a wealth of reproducible forms and tools.

Mentoring in Nursing

Mentoring in Nursing

Author: Sheila C. Grossman, PhD, APRN-BC, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826107695

Category: Medical

Page: 212

View: 131

Transformative Learning Theory offers a uniquely inclusive methodology across all levels of nursing education for educators and students focused on common nursing arenas and situations. This is the only book to present practical, innovative strategies for novice and experienced nurse educators to apply Transformative Learning Theory in various curricula, courses, and learning situations. Geared for adult and returning students, the text addresses common learning issues from both learner and teacher perspectives, enabling educators and students to apply Transformative Learning to evaluate their own authentic transformation throughout their careers. Key Features: Offers a uniquely inclusive theory and methodology "Transformative Learning Theory" across degree levels for educators and students Includes practical learning strategies and activities for a broad nursing curriculum Addresses the needs of novice nurse educators with clinical, but limited pedagogical, expertise and experienced nurse educators seeking new frameworks and techniques Provides direct application for classroom, online, or hybrid learning environments Covers all aspects of simulation Designed for graduate nursing education courses

New Directions in Mentoring

New Directions in Mentoring

Author: Dale W. Lick

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135698416

Category: Education

Page: 288

View: 899

This collection is the result of action research carried out by teachers, administrators and professors operating a school-university collaboration. It creates a model of mentoring where guided but flexible structures are used to unleash the creative capacity of the group. The research accounts reveal much about the nature of mentoring organizations, as they are now and how they might be improved. Approaches include the use of lifelong mentoring, synergistic co-mentoring, professional peer networking and the creation of collaborative relationships and teams.

Mentoring in Physical Education and Sports Coaching

Mentoring in Physical Education and Sports Coaching

Author: Fiona C. Chambers

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317754282

Category: Education

Page: 224

View: 659

Mentoring is a core element of any successful teacher education or coach education programme, with evidence suggesting that teachers and coaches who are mentored early in their careers are more likely to become effective practitioners. Physical education and sports coaching share important pedagogical, practical and cultural terrain, and mentoring has become a vital tool with which to develop confidence, self-reflection and problem-solving abilities in trainee and early career PE teachers and sports coaches. This is the first book to introduce key theory and best practice in mentoring, for mentors and mentees, focusing on the particular challenges and opportunities in physical education and sports coaching. Written by a team of international experts with extensive practical experience of mentoring in PE and coaching, the book clearly explains what mentoring is, how it should work, and how an understanding of socio-cultural factors can form the foundation of good mentoring practice. The book explores practical issues in mentoring in physical education, including pre-service and newly qualified teachers, and in coach education, including mentoring in high performance sport and the role of national governing bodies. Each chapter includes real mentoring stories, practical guidance and definitions of key terms, and a ‘pedagogy toolbox’ brings together the most important themes and techniques for easy reference. This is a hugely useful book for all teacher and coach education degree programmes, for any practising teacher or coach involved in mentoring, and for schools, clubs, sports organisations or NGBs looking to develop mentoring schemes.

Mentoring the Future

Mentoring the Future

Author: Shona Welsh

Publisher: John Penton and Shona Welsh

ISBN: 1554300118

Category: Fiction

Page: 92

View: 698

Have you been thinking about starting a mentoring program in your organization? Do you already have a program and want to refine it? Either way, this is the book for you. Along with a practical, step-by-step roadmap for implementing a program, Mentoring the Future helps you build a powerful business case for mentoring in your organization.