This book focuses on the contribution that coaching and mentoring can make to individual and organisational performance.
Grace McCarthy includes an introduction to coaching and mentoring theory, then goes on to look at coaching and mentoring skills, and how they may be applied in relation to individual change, coaching and mentoring for leaders and by leaders, coaching and mentoring for strategy, innovation and organisational change, as well as coaching and mentoring in cross-cultural and virtual contexts. The book also explores ethical issues in coaching and mentoring before concluding with the evaluation of success in coaching and mentoring and a discussion of emerging issues.
- Vignettes to help readers consolidate their learning by illustrating real life situations
- Web links to useful academic and professional resources
- A companion website with PowerPoint slides, self-assessments of knowledge and of students’ self-awareness / skills, and a facilitator’s guide to each chapter with suggested in-class activities and notes on self-assessments
- An ideal text for students taking a coaching module as part of a business and management degree or taking a coaching or mentoring qualification as well as for coaches, mentors and coaching managers.