Coaching and Mentoring in Higher Education
A Learning-Centred Approach
This handbook sets out a clear organizational rationale for coaching and/or mentoring and provides structured activities for self-reflection of groups. It will be particularly suitable for higher education institutions that are considering the development of mentoring as part of their effective professional relationships and working practices. The accompanying CD contains printable masters of the activities.
Acknowledgements; 1) Introduction; 2) Coaching and Mentoring: Definitions and Models; 3) Benefits of Coaching and Mentoring; 4) The Roles of the Coach and Coachee, Mentor and Mentee; 5) What Helps and Hinders the Process of Coaching and Mentoring? 6) A Case Study of Coaching and Mentoring: A Programme of Staff Development and Support Networks at the Institute of Education, University of London; References, Appendix 1: Support for Academic Writing and Peer Support; Appendix 2: A Learning-Centred Conversation; Appendix 3: Examples of Coaching/Mentoring Questions; Appendix 4: Evaluation of the Scheme: Questions for the Coach/Mentor; Appendix 5: Evaluation of the Scheme: Questions for the Mentee/Coachee.