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Bachkirova, Tatiana; Jackson, Peter; Clutterbuck, David
Publication Date :
21 Nov 2011
"Good supervision is an essential part of effective and ethical practice for coaches and mentors. This book, written by leading experts in the field of supervision, is an important contribution to the development of professional coaching and mentoring. If you are a coach, mentor or helping professional looking for a range of well-grounded perspectives on supervision this book is for you. Enjoy." Anthony M Grant PhD (Director, Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney) "An excellent book which brings together a range of experienced practitioners covering the subject of Coaching supervision from many different viewpoints and topics. Well written, informative and a must for anyone interested in best practice within the coaching supervision field." Gladeana McMahon, FAC, FBACP, FIMS, FISMA, FRSA.Chair of the Association for Coaching UK and Co-Director Centre for Coaching This highly practical, comprehensive book reflects the increasing professionalization of coaching and mentoring, and the mounting expectation that coaches undergo regular supervision to ensure the quality and safety of their practice, and to encourage their continued professional development. The contributing authors include most of the world's foremost authorities in the subject, who present the latest thinking in this rapidly evolving field. This is the first book to address the full spectrum of coaching and mentoring supervision. The reader gets an opportunity to compare and contrast different approaches and models, and is introduced to theory in a concise, accessible way. The book also: Clarifies what good coaching and mentoring supervision looks like in different contexts Provides practical case examples to compliment and shed light on the theoretical bases for coaching/mentoring supervision Reflects the diversity of perspectives on supervision in coaching and mentoring Explores alternative ways of delivering and using supervision Addresses the complex issue of effectiveness and quality of supervision Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring is the definitive text for coaching supervisors, supervisees and those working toward qualifications in coaching supervision. It will be of value both to HR professionals and those participating in mentoring programmes. Contributors: David Birch, Christine Champion, Bernard Cooke, Sue Congram, Christoph Epprecht, David Gray, Erik de Haan, Denise Harris, Peter Hawkins, Julie Hay, Else Iversen, Peter Jackson, David Lane, Carmelina Lawton-Smith, Jennifer Liston-Smith, Katherine Long, Alison Maxwell, Lis Merrick, Michel Moral, Mike Munro-Turner, Kate Pinder, Catherine Sandler, Gil Schwenk, Paul Stocks, Rebecca Viney.