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Coaching Mentoring and Assessing A Practical Guide to Developing Competence by Eric Parsloe

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Open LibraryOL11303908M
ISBN 100893973815
ISBN 109780893973810

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Coaching and mentoring are concerned with the development of competence, while assessment is a measure of whether that competence has been achieved. This guide has been written for the manager, trainer or consultant with an interest in knowing more about all three.5/5(1). Eric Parsloe, in his book Coaching, Mentoring and Assessing,does make a slight distinction by suggesting that coaching is: “directly concerned with the immediate improvement of performance and development of skills by a form of tutoring or instruction. Coaching Coaching, in the sense of these pages, describes a model of ‘coach as facilitator’. In other words, the coach is not an expert in the subject matter, but someone who specialises in helping to unlock the potential of others. The idea is that individuals hold the key to their own success, and do not need others to tell them what to do. Coaching and mentoring have developed significantly in recent years. Helping and supporting people to learn more effectively are not new activities, of course, but what is new is the extent to which their power is being harnessed to meet the challenge of our ever-increasing need to take personal responsibility for managing to learn new things in new ways.4/5(1).

Assessment, Coaching & Mentoring. Individual and Team Assessment and Coaching Enhances Business Driven Action Learning Program Success. Our experience over the past 20 years, and working with such companies as ABB, Boeing, DP/DHL, General Electric, ITOCHU, Johnson & Johnson, L’Oreal, Rio Tinto, SABMiller, Samsung and many others confirms that. Coaching & Mentoring 9 Introduction The first aspect mentioned is the source of the relationship of a mentor or a coach. A mentor might be a professional relationship in that you meet them through the workplace and they agree to take you under their wing. But it could also be a relationship that you develop in another area of your life. You.   This edition offers practical advice on the key management skills involved in assessing and verifying people working towards NVQs or other competence-based qualifications. The book includes case studies, checklists and commentary from managers already using competency schemes.3/5(1). Mentoring: This is a self-directed modus operandi whereby participants have choices. This approach can begin with a self-matching process and continue throughout the relationship using a committed timeline to determine how often and where individuals will meet, identify goals, and so forth.

Visit the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) to find out about our Coaching and Mentoring short course. Book online today! The following books (see images below) are recommended for anyone wanting to know more about coaching and mentoring. Books are listed on this page as: Combined coaching and mentoring; Coaching; Mentoring; Click on the picture of the book to find out more about it, to view the contents and to purchase via Amazon. Coaching, Mentoring, and Assessing: A Practical Guide to Developing Competence, Revised Edition [Parsloe, Eric] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Coaching, Mentoring, and Assessing: A Practical Guide to Developing Competence, Revised EditionAuthor: Eric Parsloe. Introduction to Mentoring and Coaching Relationships Summary The introduction to the book serves as a rationale for the role of mentoring and coaching for the professional development (PD) of teachers and the improvement of the quality of early childhood programs. It also will be a useful resource to support opening discussions with.