Prentice Hall, softcover, 192 pages.
This practical, hands-on text covers twelve key areas of skill development that enable today’s students to become effective coaches and mentors of tomorrow. It contains useful and serious advice - based on research, theory, and practice–encouraging innovation, improvement, and the type of individual contributions that create an environment of corporate success and continuous learning. 2005, Prentice Hall, ISBN 978-0-1309222-29.
Case study exercises–Familiarize students with real-world problems, and gets them thinking about how to solve them.
Self-assessment exercises–Helps students relate chapter content to their own development and experiences, and keeps them interested in the material.
Skill-building exercises–Gives students the opportunity to apply what they have learned–and become productive, results-oriented coaches and mentors.
Boxed inserts–Provide additional topical information that offer students a more in-depth and insightful perspective.
Lists of additional readings and Web site links–Supplies students with access to a number of invaluable sources to further their understanding and study of mentoring and coaching.