A Review On Coaching And Mentoring Essay

1850 Words Dec 27th, 2016 8 Pages
Text Purpose
This book is a comprehensive review of coaching and mentoring and how it can be implemented in a variety of settings and for multiple purposes. It is evidenced based and requires the reader to think differently about coaching and mentoring. The authors go beyond the research in challenging the reader to pay attention to the wider implications of coaching and mentoring. In the second part of the book, there are strategies to overcome and embrace influences that can affect the coaching and mentoring process. This book is ideal for anyone wanting the research behind coaching and mentoring.
Author’s Backgrounds and Credentials
Bob Garvey is a Professor and Chair in Business Education at York St. John University Business School. He has a PhD in Mentoring from the University of Durham. Dr. Garvey has published many articles and books on the practice of coaching and mentoring and is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Paul Stokes is a Principal Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. He is the Director of the Coaching & Mentoring Research Unit within Sheffield Business School and leads the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Subject Group within the Department of Management. David Megginson is Professor Emeritus of HRD at Sheffield Hallam University. He is a co-founder of the former European Mentoring Centre (EMC), an Ambassador for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), and the founder of the Coaching and…

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