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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring. Wiley-Blackwell Handbooks in Organizational Psychology

  • ID: 3615701
  • Book
  • 552 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This authoritative Wiley–Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Psychology title focuses on coaching and mentoring. The editors have drawn on their collective experience in collating thematically–structured material from leading writers based in the US, Europe and Asia–Pacific.

Coinciding with growing international interest in the applications of psychology to organizations, the work offers a unique depth of analysis from an explicitly psychological perspective. Each chapter includes a detailed literature review that offers academics, researchers, scientist–practitioners and students an invaluable frame of reference. Coverage is built around competencies set forth by regulatory agencies including the APA and BPS, and includes theoretical models, efficacy, training, the growing influence of fields such as neuroscience and mindfulness, and virtual coaching and mentoring.

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About the Editors vii

About the Contributors viii

Foreword by Sir John Whitmore xiv

Series Preface xvi

Railway Children xviii

1 The Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring 1Jonathan Passmore, David B. Peterson, and Teresa Freire

Section I Coaching 13

2 The Efficacy of Coaching 15Anthony M. Grant

3 The Role of Contracting in Coaching: Balancing Individual Client and Organizational Issues 40Robert J. Lee

4 The Development of Meaning and Identity Within Coaching 58Mary Wayne Bush, Esra Ozkan, and Jonathan Passmore

5 Coaching Ethics 68Rodney L. Lowman

6 The Neuroscience of Coaching 89Miles Bowman, Kathleen M. Ayers, Joan C. King, and Linda J. Page

7 Mindfulness in Coaching: Philosophy, psychology or just a useful skill? 112Michael J. Cavanagh and Gordon B. Spence

8 Developmental Coaching Developing the Self 135Tatiana Bachkirova

9 Gender Issues in Business Coaching 155Sunny Stout–Rostron

10 Team Coaching 175Alison Carter and Peter Hawkins

Section II Mentoring 195

11 Designing Mentoring Schemes for Organizations 197Paul Stokes and Lis Merrick

12 The Efficacy of Mentoring the Benefits for Mentees, Mentors, and Organizations 217Chloé Tong and Kathy E. Kram

13 Training Mentors Behaviors Which Bring Positive Outcomes in Mentoring 243Robert Garvey and Gunnela Westlander

14 Mentoring Programs for Under–represented Groups 266
Rowena Ortiz–Walters and Lucy L. Gilson

Section III Theories and Models With Implications for Coaching 283

15 Humanistic/Person–centered Approaches 285Jane Brodie Gregory and Paul E. Levy

16 Behavioral Coaching 298Fiona Eldridge and Sabine Dembkowski

17 Cognitive Behavioral Approaches 319Stephen Palmer and Helen Williams

18 Motivational Interviewing Approach 339Tim Anstiss and Jonathan Passmore

19 Psychodynamic Approach 365Michael A. Diamond

20 Gestalt Approach 385Juliann Spoth, Sarah Toman, Robin Leichtman, and Julie Allan

21 Narrative Approaches 407Reinhard Stelter

22 Positive Psychology Approaches 426Teresa Freire

Section IV Issues in Coaching and Mentoring 443

23 Conducting Organizational–Based Evaluations of Coaching and Mentoring Programs 445Siegfried Greif

24 The Role of Emotions in Coaching and Mentoring 471Kate Hefferon

25 Cross–cultural Working in Coaching and Mentoring 483Geoffrey Abbott, Kate Gilbert, and Philippe Rosinski

26 Virtual Coaching and Mentoring 501Niloofar Ghods and Camala Boyce

Index 524

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Jonathan Passmore
David Peterson
Teresa Freire
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