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Facilitating Reflective Learning

Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision

This revised edition offers a clear theoretical framework for practitioners and includes guidance on key learning theories. It includes sections on coaching learning theories and values, mentoring and coaching models, practice skills and boundaries and coaching ethics.
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EAN: 9780749465070
Edition: 2
Published:
Paperback
Format: 235x157
336 pages
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About the book

Facilitating Reflective Learning: Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision is written by two leading experts in the field. The text explains how coaching and mentoring works in different situations. The authors guide the reader through key learning theories; describe the different models available for coaching and mentoring; and demonstrate how they can be applied in practice. In this completely revised new edition, robust theory is backed up by practical advice and numerous case studies. The coaching and mentoring skills used in different situations are clearly described. Ready to use resources include templates for contracting, reviewing and evaluating, as well as guidance on group dynamics for team coaching and group supervision. Advice is also included on sensitive areas such as the boundary between mentoring or coaching and therapy, and the desirability of supervision.

About the authors

Anne Brockbank

Anne Brockbank is a learning and development consultant and EMCC Master Practitioner, working with clients in a range of public and private enterprises. She is a visiting lecturer at City University and co-author with Ian McGill of Facilitating Reflective Learning in Higher Education and The Action Learning Handbook.

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Ian McGill

Ian McGill is a development consultant working with senior managers and staff in government agencies, higher education, and the private sector. He is the co-author of The Action Learning Handbook.

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