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The mentor"s handbook

Marlene P. Correia

The mentor"s handbook

practical suggestions for collaborative reflection and analysis

by Marlene P. Correia

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Published by Christopher-Gordon Publishers in Norwood, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mentoring in education -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Teachers -- In-service training -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMarlene P. Correia, Jana M. McHenry.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    ContributionsMcHenry, Jana M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1731.4 .C67 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 139 p. :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16870468M
    ISBN 109781933760155
    LC Control Number2007932480
    OCLC/WorldCa191884352

    Army Mentorship Handbook. This mentoring guide was adapted for use by senior Army leaders and contains a Q&A section and other great information on the Mentoring process. The Mentors Handbook How to Form Boys into Inspiring and Capable Men By Father Peter M Henry. In this Catholic book, you'll discover how to become the mentor that our young boys need in order to grow into sucessful and faithful men. Father explains how in our day, leaders have often forgotten how to mentor.

    Mentor Handbook (Word) – This customizable guide for mentors, developed by Kati Chase of YouthBuild Just-A-Start in Cambridge MA, can provide your mentors with the basic information they will need throughout their time in the program. coach [noun] One who instructs or trains in the fundamentals and directs team strategy. men•tor [noun] A wise and trusted person whose primary purpose is to teach, guide, provide advice and support to, and watch over and foster the progress of a mentee. men•tee [noun] An individual who is guided by a Size: 1MB.

    A little over 20 years ago, the first seeds of mentoring research were planted in a foundational book: Mentoring at Work (Kram, ). More than 20 years of research and exploration in the field of mentoring have now passed, and it is time for us to step back and assess where we have been, where we are, and where we need to go in the field.   This book, which focuses on the role as it applies to nursing, is a timely and complementary addition to the growing 'pool' of available literature on this subject. The book offers mentors and 'would be mentors' a cogent approach built on practical experience and a rational synthesis constructed from the field of relevant literature/5(17).


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It refers to this as a "relational power transfer". In keeping with this, the book has a heavy emphasis on The mentors handbook book transfer of values. Yet there is virtually no reference to the more characteristically Protestant type of mentoring which would facilitate an "encounter with the Holy".Cited by: 9.

Too often, Fr. Peter Michael Henry argues in this book, those in charge of leading youth have forgotten how to mentor. That is why in these pages he offers a practical and instructive resource for men which equips them to mentor and form boys to grow into inspiring and capable : Sophia Institute Press.

The Mentor Handbook book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This self-study manual is ideal for small groups or individual study. /5(9).

The Mentor's Handbook book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a booklet for teachers, parents, nurses, therapists and anyo /5(3). Coming from an all-boys Catholic Secondary school in Toronto, The Mentor’s Handbook with its subtitle, How to Form Boys into Inspiring and Capable Men was a very attractive title for me.

I in fact only started reading this title during my last months of high school and it. The Nurse Mentor's Handbook is centred around the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) mentor standards, and is easy to relate to nurse mentor courses and the requirements for effective updating/5(15).

Paula Rutherford created the best mentor source book on the market when she wrote 21st Century Mentor's Handbook. The comprehensive calendar allows support personnel a variety of options listed by the month. Most mentor resources describe the life cycle of a new teacher and suggest that mentors offer support in these by: 1.

The Nurse Mentor's Handbook: Supporting Students In Clinical Practice 2nd Revised ed. EditionCited by: The Mentors’ Handbook A resource for teachers assisting new teachers Rev.

Purpose Statement: This collaborative support system is designed to foster successful adjustment and continued growth for new teachers and experienced faculty members in the Lutheran teaching profession.

Mentor Handbook If you are a grandparent, aunt, uncle, coach, scout or activity leader, camp or recreation counselor, pediatrician, social worker, Big Brother or Big Sister—if you are over eighteen and live, work, or interact with young people—you are in a unique position to.

This mentor handbook has been produced for all mentors in any placement area. The aim of this handbook is to provide clear information to enable you to support, supervise and assess student nurses and midwives in your place of work.

The handbook aims to offer ideas and suggestions on. 8 Mentoring Handbook The 16 Laws of Mentoring 1. The Law of Positive Environment Create a positive environment where potential and motivation are released and options discussed. The Law of Developing Character Nurture a positive character by helping to develop not just talent, but a wealth of mental and ethical traits.

The Law of Interdependence. Too often, Fr. Peter Michael Henry argues in this book, those in charge of leading youth have forgotten how to mentor. That is why in these pages he offers a practical and instructive resource for men which equips them to mentor and form boys to grow into inspiring and capable : Sophia Institute Press.

This book is one of Mentor Enterprises' flagship products and a Mentor Military best seller. The Mentor is a down to earth leadership and counseling book that gets to the point. It makes an excellent reference for yourself and a wonderful gift for newly promoted NCOs and Officers.5/5(5).

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The Handbook of Mentoring at Work. gible costs and benefits for both mentors and protégés and these fact ors The contributors to this book br oaden and deepen our perspective on the. The Handbook encourages both Mentors and Protégés to think about the benefits of mentoring, as well as what each participant hopes to get out of the experience.

An important section of the Handbook is Conditions for Successful Mentorships which underscores the need for setting mutual and realistic expectations for the mentorship as well as. ACP Mentoring Handbook 4 WHAT IS A MENTORSHIP.

Mentorships are one-on-one relationships formed to focus on a Protégé’s personal growth and long-term professional development. Some of ACP’s Protégés have experience in a field and seek a Mentor to assist as they look to take on new responsibilities in a more senior role; or they mayFile Size: KB.

Preparing the mentor/coach – mentoring/coaching models Importance of goal setting and PDPs Reflective practice and the importance of Supervision Feedback giving and receiving – hints and tips FAQ and answers Suggested reading Helpful diagnostics/resources that mentors/coaches could use Important contact details.PLANNING INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA PIA MENTORING PROGRAM HANDBOOK 13 FOR MENTEES AND MENTORS 14 SUGGESTED PROGRAM FRAMEWORK STAGE 1: NEGOTIATING EXPECTATIONS & GOALS The following program is a suggested framework for mentoring pairs to follow throughout the Mentoring Program.

Participants may choose to follow part of the.This handbook will serve as a guide to both you and the students as they complete the scholarship requirements.

The handbook provided to your students is nearly identical to yours, allowing you to easily point your students to specific information as you guide them through the college process.