Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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This book explores the principles behind successful mentoring-coaching in education. As well as highlighting the many benefits of mentoring-coaching, it addresses highly practical issues such as:
Can anyone learn to be a mentor-coach?
What behaviour counts as mentoring-coaching?
How do I know what to do, in what order and how?
What are the potential benefits?
What pitfalls might there be and how might these be avoided?
What is the support structure for the process?
The book features a model which helps to create successful mentoring-coaching activity in education and sets out a clear path along which to proceed. It describes appropriate behaviours and includes examples of questions that might be used.
The authors examine specific techniques and raise the kinds of questions that practitioners themselves need to consider at each stage of the simple and easy-to-memorise model. Arranged in two parts, the first part of the book encourages you to practise the skills and stages of the model that it describes and the second part explores your developing practice in greater depth.
Mentoring-Coaching is valuable reading for leaders, managers and practitioners at all levels in education. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part One: Mentoring-coaching- about this Book
The Term- Mentoring-coaching- and the Model
Stage One - Context
Stage Two - Issues
Stage Three - Responsibility
Stage Four - Future
Stage Five - Deciding
Stage Six - Action
Part Two: Digging Deeper
How clever does a mentor-coach need to be?
Images in the Mind
Chains of Meaning
Challenge versus Collusion
Creating a Mentoring-coaching Culture
Finding, Making and Taking the Role
Child, Parent or Adult?
Building Capacity on Success
Mentoring-coaching as Learning
Mentoring-coaching as Leading-managing
The crucial Hyphen