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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Kogan Page; 2nd Revised edition edition (Jan. 28 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749449152
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749449155
  • ASIN: 0749444967
  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 1.8 x 23.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
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""ÝE¨xplains how to establish a mentoring program.... getAbstract recommends this book as a manual for academic, management and human resource professional who are interested in mentoring. Those who are not yet convinced that their organizations need mentoring programs may see the light after they read this book."" -- getAbstract.com ""getAbstract.com""

About the Author

David Megginson is Professor of Human Resource Development at Sheffield Hallam University and co-founder of the European Coaching and Mentoring Council (ECMC). He is also the co-author of Human Resource Development in the Kogan Page MBA Masterclass Series. David Clutterbuck is also a co-founder of the ECMC and senior partner of Clutterbuck Associates. Bob Garvey is Principal Lecturer and leader of the Mentoring and Coaching Research Unit at Sheffield Hallam University. Paul Stokes also works at the Unit as a Senior Lecturer, and Ruth Garrett-Harris holds the position of Researcher and Consultant.

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HASH(0xa60b7114) out of 5 stars The basics of mentoring - and being mentored Aug. 15 2006
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Although virtually every informed observer agrees that modern organizations must evolve more rapidly in order to thrive, few companies sufficiently emphasize the importance of mentoring - face-to-face coaching that prepares workers to assume greater responsibilities. Described as "a celebration of mentoring in action," this practical handbook explains how to establish a mentoring program. It assumes that you are already familiar with mentoring terminology. Authors David Megginson, David Clutterbuck, Bob Garvey, Paul Stokes and Ruth Garrett-Harris emphasize the importance your organization's culture plays in the establishment of a mentoring program. The book is primarily a series of case studies - more than 25, involving a wide variety of corporate and academic examples - wrapped in an extended introduction and a conclusion. We recommend this book as a manual for academic, management and human resource professionals who are interested in mentoring. Those who are not yet convinced that their organizations need mentoring programs may see the light after they read this book.