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The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring

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February 2017 | 688 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring provides a scholarly, comprehensive and critical overview of mentoring theory, research and practice across the world. Internationally renowned authors map out the key historical and contemporary research, before considering modern case study examples and future directions for the field. The chapters are organised into four areas:

  • The Landscape of Mentoring
  • The Practice of Mentoring
  • The Context of Mentoring
  • Case Studies of Mentoring Around the Globe

This Handbook is a resource for mentoring academics, students and practitioners across a range of disciplines including business and management, education, health, psychology, counselling, and social work.

 
01 Introduction
 
Part 01: The Landscape of Mentoring
Frances Kochan
Introduction to Part 01
Bob Garvey
02 Philosophical origins of Mentoring: The critical narrative analysis
Carol A Mullen
03 Critical Issues on Democracy and Mentoring in Education: A Debate in the Literature
Julie Haddock-Millar
04 Critical Issues in Mentoring Research
Nora Dominguez
05 A Research Analysis of the Underpinnings, Practice, and Quality of Mentoring Programs and Relationships
Jeffrey Yip & Kathy E. Kram
06 Developmental Networks: Enhancing the Science and Practice of Mentoring
W. Brad Johnson
07 Ethical Considerations for Mentors: Toward a Mentoring Code of Ethics
Beverly J. Irby, Jennifer Boswell, Nahed Abdelrahman, Rafael Lara-Alecio & Fuhui Tong
08 New Horizons for Mentoring Research: Exploring the Past and Present to Frame the Future
 
Part 02: The Practice of Mentoring
Julie Haddock-Millar
Introduction to Part 02
Chandana Sanyal
09 The effective mentor, mentee and mentoring relationship
Julie Haddock-Millar
10 The Mentoring Cycle
David Clutterbuck and David Megginson
11 Working with goals in mentoring
Lis Merrick
12 Design of Effective Mentoring Programmes
Sadhana Bhide
13 International mentoring programmes - report of a survey
Vicki L. Baker
4 Organizational Contexts & Formal Mentoring Programs: Aligning Individual and Organizational Outcomes
Eileen Murphy and Jane Lewes
15 Measuring the Effectiveness of Mentoring Programmes
Terezia Koczka
16 The role of the Mentoring Program Co-ordinator
Rodney K. Goodyear, Tony Rousmaniere & Jeff Zimmerman
17 Supervision of Mentoring
Rose Opengart & Laura Bierema
18 Let’s Keep Our Emotions IN It: Emotionally Intelligent Mentoring
 
Part 03: The Context of Mentoring
Laura Gail Lunsford
Introduction to Part 03
Jean E. Rhodes, Stella Kanchewa and Sarah E.O. Schwartz
19 Mentoring disadvantaged youth
Laura Gail Lunsford, Gloria Crisp, Erin L. Dolan, and Brad Wuetherick
20 Mentoring in Higher Education
Andrew J. Hobson
21 The terrors of judgementoring and the case for ONSIDE Mentoring for early career teachers
Roxanne B. Reeves
22 Mentoring in the Context of Immigration: The importance of Local Context and Culture
Deirdre Cobb-Roberts, Talia Esnard, Ann Unterreiner, Vonzell Agosto, Zorka Karanxha and Makini Beck
23 Race, Gender and Mentoring in Higher Education
Nora Dominguez and Faith Sears
24 Mentoring Diverse Populations
Kirsten M. Poulsen
25 Mentoring Executives at the Workplace: A View of Practice and Research
Vicki Baker and Aimee Terosky
26 Early Career Faculty Mentoring: Career Cycles, Learning and Support
Gary M. Crow and Margaret Grogan
27 Mentoring in Educational Leadership for Organizational Transformation
Diane M. Ryan & Jeffrey D. Peterson
28 Mentoring in the Military
Donnel Nunes and Leslie Dashew
29 An Historical Exploration of the Research and Practice of Familial Mentoring
Laura Bierema
30 eMentoring: Computer Mediated Career Development for the Future
 
Part 04: Case Studies of Mentoring Around the Globe
David Clutterbuck
Introduction to Part 04
Hilary Geber and Moyra Keane
31 Ubuntu and transformational mentoring in South Africa: 7 principles of a culturally integrated mentoring response
Melissa Richardson
32 E-mentoring women in resources: Lessons learned from an Australian programme
Aline Maria de Medeiros Rodrigues Reali, Maria da Graça Nicoletti Mizukami & Regina Maria Simões Puccinelli Tancredi
33 Mentoring novice teachers: An online experience in Brazil
Kathleen Bury and Amanda Edwards
34 Mowgli Foundation – Mentoring to Empower Entrepreneurial and Economic Development in the Middle East and North Africa
Mikaela Nyström & Eeva-Liisa Heinaro
35 Rhea Challenge Mentoring Learning Alliance Program for female entrepreneurs in Finland
Matteo Perchiazzi
36 Intercultural relationship and Mentoring: Italian Air Force in Afghanistan Nato Training Mission, Shindand
Vasudha B and Farah Palmer
37 The Virtual Maori Mentoring Programme, Massey Business School, New Zealand
Jennybeth Ekeland and Åse Velure
38 Statoil Mentoring program for leaders in projects
Wendy Baker & Warrant Officer Viti Flanagan
39 A Case Study of Mentoring in a Military Context
Mariola Czechowska-Fraczak
40 Sanofi Aventis Case Study, Poland
Ana Oliveira Pinto
41 The WomenWinWin Mentoring Programme (WWWMP), Portugal
Hoang Anh Thi Le
42 Youth Business International
Esther Cavett
43 Mentoring in Music and the City: a comparison of schemes for City businesswomen and high-performing early career professional musicians
Paula King
44 Preparing Irish Rugby Players For Life After Rugby
Mariano Ulanovsky and Patricia Pérez
45 Peer mentoring: a powerful tool to accelerate the learning experience
Tim Bright & David Megginson
46 Anadolu Efes Case Study
Joanne Leck & Catherine Mossop
47 Mentoring Women in Canada's Financial Sector
Rebecca Viney & Denise Harris
48 Coaching and mentoring doctors and dentists
Jo Gray, Emily Cosgrove & Petra Lockhart
49 Swarovski case study
Vanessa Fudge
50 Mentoring across an industry – the recruitment industry in Australia and New Zealand
Anna Blackman
51 Commonwealth of Australia Statutory Authority
Ridwanah Gurjee
52 UCLan, Centre for Volunteering and Community Leadership: Mentoring Practice
Judie Gannon
53 The Bacchus Mentoring scheme: Enhancing the Alumni and Student Experience
Sally Lawson
54 How might mentoring work? Starting to lift the lid on the black box
Fiona McInnes-Craig
55 Crossing Thresholds career mentoring programme
Tim Bright
56 Vodafone Turkey Case Study

Providing a long overdue review of mentoring practices, this well-referenced collection of chapters by international contributors challenges the practicality of the traditional mentoring relationship. The chapters present an exciting combination of research and practice with emphasis on the significance of cultural and organisational contexts, as supported by case studies from a wide variety of environments. A worthy tribute to mentoring as a powerful development experience!

Dr Lise Lewis
European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) International President

David A. Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck is visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at both Sheffield Hallam and Oxford Brookes Universities. Co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and chair of the International Standards for Mentoring Programmes in Employment and a board member of the International Mentoring Association, he supervises coaches around the world. A regular amongst the list of HR Most Influentials, he is author or co-author of 55 books. He consults and lectures globally on coaching and mentoring. More About Author

Frances Kochan

Laura Gail Lunsford

Nora Dominguez

Julie Haddock-Millar

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