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The Art Of Mentoring

Author : Mike Pegg
ISBN : 1611100216
Genre : Business & Economics
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This easy to follow new guide outlines exactly what it really takes to establish a successful mentoring relationship, what techniques work, and how organizations and individuals can develop a successful mentoring process.
Category: Business & Economics

The Art Of Mentoring

Author : Shirley Peddy
ISBN : 096513766X
Genre : Business & Economics
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A universal guide to developing the talents of others, the 'Art of mentoring' teaches how to create learning partnerships in today's challenging organizations. In this new expanded edition, you'll discover - The mentor's communication toolkit. The four purposes of mentoring. The art of being mentored. Ten principles that every mentor should follow, and ten principles that every 'mentee' should learn.
Category: Business & Economics

Art Of Mentoring The

Author : Darlene Zschech
ISBN : 9780764209345
Genre : Religion
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"An internationally known singer and worship leader discusses how both the rising and established generations of local church leadership can and should work together"--Provided by publisher.
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The Gentle Art Of Mentoring

Author : Donna Otto
ISBN : 1565077571
Genre : Religion
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Your experience and insights make you the perfect guide for helping a younger woman navigate the waters of day-to-day living and spiritual growth. The Gentle Art of Mentoring offers practical ideas for bringing blessing to both mentor and disciple.
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The Fine Art Of Mentoring

Author : Ted W. Engstrom
ISBN : 9781597521284
Genre : Religion
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Who has been the most influential person in your life? Was it a school teacher? An uncle? A parent? A grandmother? A minister? An employer? A coach? Whoever it was, your reason for choosing this person probably had more to do with who they 'were' and how they 'lived', than how they looked or what they owned. What you experienced was the result of this significant person's ability to model inspiring qualities and communicate those qualities to you. How did they do it? What were the ingredients that enabled them to teach so effectively? Down through the centuries, students have learned through careful observation from those more experienced. Apprentices have learned from craftsmen who took them by the hand. Amateurs emulated professionals. Disciples studied masters. As one who has been profoundly influenced by skilled leaders and who has, in turn, motivated many others, Ted Engstrom could be aptly described as a mentor's mentor. In this book, Ted Engstrom will introduce to you the idea of mentoring. As a leader, you'll learn that mentoring represents the difference between talking and doing as a student, you'll learn from the master's performance as well as his prose.
Category: Religion

The Art Of Mentoring

Author : Ravishankar Gundlapalli
ISBN : 1544604688
Genre : Mentoring
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The Art of Mentoring is a book written for people who are looking for ways to achieve their full potential. The book gives several tools and techniques to find, connect and engage with mentors and to make the most out of mentoring relationships and in the process achieve one's true potential.
Category: Mentoring


Author : Kevin Lachapelle
ISBN : 0595494048
Genre : Education
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Former police officer Kevin M. LaChapelle has been mentoring at-risk young people for almost twenty years, making a profound impact upon himself and those he's mentored. He's motivated hundreds of young people who faced despair and had no hope for their lives. Many of those young people have gone from being gang members to successful professionals. LaChapelle shares his proven strategies in training, equipping and motivating in order to help those who would like to become mentors. Writing candidly about the sacrifices, heartache and rewards that come with mentoring another individual, he stresses the importance of genuine motives, sincerity, discipline, perseverance and time. Some of those he has aided, mentees, also provide information concerning what mentoring techniques worked for them and which ones hindered them. Learn to help others keep their focus on the solution, not the problem. PowerMentor: The Art of Mentoring, Changing Lives, One Person at a Time! provides school teachers, college instructors, religious leaders, police officers, probation officers, social workers, managers, youth workers, parents and all who wish to mentor others with tools to impact and develop those around them, so that these people can achieve their full potential and become positive role models for others.
Category: Education

The Art And Science Of Mentoring

Author : Linda J. Searby
ISBN : 9781648022876
Genre : Education
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The Art and Science of Mentoring is a collection of chapters and vignettes that honors one of the leading experts of mentoring, Fran Kochan. Her amazing role of being able to blend theory and practice in regards to mentoring is captured in these pages. As one prote ge said, “She practices what she preaches.” The volume is divided into an introduction, Part II, which explores important concepts and ideas in regards to mentoring and then Part III which are essays from individuals whom Fran Kochan mentored throughout her life. In closing, Fran Kochan lives and breathes her words. Even today, she continues to work with scholars, practitioners and others she meets. She offers a guiding hand, she uplifts and she supports all that she meets. Please enjoy this volume of highlights of research from top mentoring experts who are peers of Dr. Kochan, as well as the tributes from a sampling of individuals she has mentored to successful careers. You will be inspired to learn how Dr. Fran Kochan masters both the art and science of mentoring. We honor her in this book as scholar, mentor, and friend.
Category: Education

The Art Of Listening In Coaching And Mentoring

Author : Stephen Burt
ISBN : 9780429881671
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book answers a number of fundamental questions about listening in coaching and mentoring. What difference does being heard make to the speaker? How does it have that effect? What are the necessary components of good listening? How do you evaluate your practice as a listener and how do you improve? The process of writing this book led the author to look closely at his own practice, test, experiment, and push his listening to a higher level. He invites the reader to do the same. This book identifies what it takes to listen well – the skills, mind-set, presence, self-awareness and self-management – and why it can be hard. It demonstrates how four modes of listening – attention, inquiry, observation and use of self – all contribute to the listener’s understanding and to the speaker’s awareness. It argues that we all have a ‘learning edge’ as listeners and provides a framework that helps each of us find it. The book is intended as a companion for anyone who commits to becoming a good listener. It shows how to develop expertise in the four modes of listening. It offers examples and principles to guide practice, questions for reflection, and a series of ‘workouts’ to help the listener develop their ability to listen. It encourages by showing how good listening is simple – you turn up, pay attention, and listen with all you have, and it challenges by identifying the work it takes to do that.
Category: Business & Economics

The Art Of Mentoring

Author : Shirley R. Peddy, Ph.d.
ISBN : 1508912483
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"The Art of Mentoring covers some of the more contentious mentoring issues in organizations today: helping the new employee master the work and unspoken rules, improving interpersonal skills, dealing with job dissatisfaction, workaholism, cynicism, and the lack of motivation" (preface). It shows how to foster a mentoring culture in which people are rewarded for helping each other succeed. As one reader wrote, "Although an easy read because of her story telling style, Peddy provides her readers with hard-won insights into the culture of organizations and the role of mentoring relationships in this age of disposable employees." These insights come through the story of Rachel Hanson, an organizational consultant for Perry Winkle Enterprises (PWE), sent as temporary marketing manager to To Your Health (TYH) a recently acquired subsidiary whose sales have been dropping. Her assignment is to assess the reasons for the decline, see if it can be turned around, and decide which of the five marketers should be retained and which terminated or reassigned. She decides to focus on mentoring as a potential solution for all. However, it is not as easy as it sounds. As a temporary manager, she encounters a variety of problems in an atmosphere in which employees feel unappreciated by management, threatened by the takeover, hostile, and even indifferent. Through this story line the reader will discover the four purposes of mentoring, the process of redesigning a job, how to deal with difficult employees, when and how to use straight talk, how to counsel, advise, and help another succeed, as well as ten principles that every mentor should practice and ten that every person being mentored needs to remember. Booklist calls it, " Thoughtful...accessible...entertaining." Still, another reader says it is a "must read" for leaders in his organization.

Managers As Mentors

Author : Chip R. Bell
ISBN : 1576750345
Genre : Employees
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This is a rapid-fire read and a provocative guide to helping associates grow and adapt in today's tumultuous organisations. Chip Bell persuasively shows that today mentoring means valuing creativity over control, fostering growth by fascilitating learning, and helping others to get smart, not just ahead. His hands-on , down- to-earth advice takes the mystery out of effective mentoring, teaching leaders to be confident coaches integral to learning organisation. Sales Points Includes a self-assessment instrument, the "Mentor Scale," to help readers determine their strengths and potential blindspots for becoming effective mentors
Category: Employees

The Elements Of Mentoring

Author : W. Brad Johnson
ISBN : 9780230616837
Genre : Business & Economics
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Patterned after Strunk and White's classic The Elements of Style, this new edition concisely summarizes the substantial existing research on the art and science of mentoring. The Elements of Mentoring reduces this wealth of published material on the topic to the sixty-five most important and pithy truths for supervisors in all fields. These explore what excellent mentors do, what makes an excellent mentor, how to set up a successful mentor-protégé relationship, how to work through problems that develop between mentor and protégé, what it means to mentor with integrity, and how to end the relationship when it has run its course. Succinct and comprehensive, this is a must-have for any mentor or mentor-to-be.
Category: Business & Economics

Between Women Of God

Author : Donna Otto
ISBN : 1565073657
Genre : Religion
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Interest in mentoring relationships has grown at a phenomenal rate throughout the early 1990s. The business world has adapted the "Titus 2" principle very successfully, but this wonderful plan for mutual encouragement has been the believer's heritage all along. Now you can discover successful keys to mentoring in chapters on the subjects of listening, availability, sharing perspective, being a hero, and more.
Category: Religion

Mentoring Matters

Author : Rick Lewis
ISBN : 9781854248978
Genre : Religion
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Mentoring Matters explains a reproducible model for maximizing the potential of leaders and helping them go the distance. It gets behind the issues of leadership skills to address the leader as a person - their spirituality, emotional health, key relationships, vulnerabilities and rhythms of life. This approach to mentoring is highly flexible so that it can be tailor-made for each mentoring partnership, not relying on a strict format or curriculum. The mentor functions as a doctor of the soul, pulling us back to our most noble intentions and perceptive insights. The approach is formal and organised - and highly effective.
Category: Religion

Grey Eminence

Author : Edward Cox
ISBN : 1581072031
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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To those who have heard of him, Fox Conner's name is synonymous with mentorship. He is the "grey eminence" within the Army whose influence helped to shape the careers of George Patton, George Marshall, and most notably, President Eisenhower. Most of what is known about Conner comes from stories about his relationship with Eisenhower. Despite a distinguished military career that spanned four decades, Conner's life and his service to the Army and the nation are revealed primarily through passing references in the memoirs of other great men. A study of Conner's life and his method for identifying talented subordinates and developing them for future strategic leadership positions offers contemporary readers a highly salient example to emulate. This book combines existing scholarship with long-forgotten references and unpublished original sources to achieve a more comprehensive picture of this dedicated public servant. The portrait that emerges provides a four-step model for developing strategic leaders that still holds true today. First and foremost, Conner became a master of his craft through a process of personal and professional self-development as a lifelong learner. Second, he recognized and recruited talented subordinates. Third, he encouraged and challenged those protégés to develop their strengths and overcome their weaknesses. Finally, he wasn't afraid to break the rules of the organization to do it.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook Of The Psychology Of Coaching And Mentoring

Author : Jonathan Passmore
ISBN : 9781119237907
Genre : Psychology
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A state-of-the-art reference, drawing on key contemporary research to provide an in-depth, international, and competencies-based approach to the psychology of coaching and mentoring. Puts cutting-edge evidence at the fingertips of organizational psychology practitioners who need it most, but who do not always have the time or resources to keep up with scholarly research Thematic chapters cover theoretical models, efficacy, ethics, training, the influence of emerging fields such as neuroscience and mindfulness, virtual coaching and mentoring and more Contributors include Anthony Grant, David Clutterbuck, Susan David, Robert Garvey, Stephen Palmer, Reinhard Stelter, Robert Lee, David Lane, Tatiana Bachkirova and Carol Kauffman With a Foreword by Sir John Whitmore
Category: Psychology

Fast Facts For Career Success In Nursing

Author : Connie Vance, EdD, RN, FAAN
ISBN : 0826106900
Genre : Medical
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"This is a very practical and easy to read book that could be very useful for nurses starting out in their careers. As the foreword states, it could be a resource for formal mentoring programs, residency programs, and nursing educational programs. The information and advice in this book may also keep new nurses from leaving the field if they are able to develop successful mentoring relationships. It is a bargain at $25.00."--Choice "For those looking for a mentor, this book provides invaluable advice on what attracts mentors and makes them believe in you and be willing to support your development...This book is an excellent resource for mentors and protÈgÈs."--Nurse Educator "Dr. Vance's pioneering work on mentorship has provided us with the language, understanding, and strategies for building these essential professional support relationships. This book extends her work in practical and useful ways that will help us build the new generation of excellent clinical experts, advocates, and nurse leaders." From the Foreword by Diana J. Mason, PhD, RN, FAAN Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, The American Journal of Nursing This newest addition to the Fast Facts series provides insight for protÈgÈs and mentors on using mentoring to build new generations of successful nurses. It covers a quick history of why mentoring is important, how a protÈgÈ can identify and mentor, and how to develop and maintain a healthy mentor-protÈgÈ relationship. It also contains the necessary tools to help novice nurses benefit from mentor support through difficult and sometimes frightening and confusing times. Written by Connie Vance, an innovator in nursing mentorship research, this book presents new nurses with tools to identify the perfect "mentor match" and cultivate the mentor relationship in ways that result in valuable career-building insight. It includes guidelines to ensure a truly valuable and influential mentor relationship, contributing to career success in nursing. Key Features: Contains guidelines for creating a personal mentor action plan, complete with a chart for use in mentoring practice Provides 10 tips on raising mentor intelligence and how to use it as a source for career success Highlights resources for networking and collective mentoring to assist in career development
Category: Medical