The Good Mentoring Toolkit For Healthcare

Author: Helen Bayley
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1315358409
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This book examines how nurses will provide a first-point-of-contact consultation service as an alternative to going to see the doctor. It analyses the different nurse practitioner models around the world and presents a proposal for the UK, using research material to describe the impact of this kind of nurse practitioner on patients, doctors and other nurses. The book proposes practical steps through which this model can be implemented within Primary Care Groups, and considers the professional implications for doctors and nurses. Among the conclusions reached in the book are: * nurse practitioners are acceptable to both colleagues and patients * they will have an increasing impact on the nature of the work of doctors * the role of general practitioners may develop to complement the emerging role for nurses. The book is relevant and important reading for everyone who will be affected by these developments, including nurses, doctors, health service managers and policy makers.

Anatomy Of A Mentoring Program For New Special Education Teachers

Author: Christine Yvonne Mason
Editor: Council Exceptional Children
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Teachers Mentoring Teachers

Author: Beth Hurst
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Discusses how to establish successful mentoring programs for first year teachers.

Good Mentoring

Author: Jeanne Nakamura
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470189630
File Size: 76,84 MB
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"We pass on our traits through our genes but our cherished values, beliefs, and practices are transmitted through those units of meaning called memes. This remarkable book provides an authoritative account of how 'good work' endures in the sciences—and has profound implications for the quality of work across the professional landscape." —Howard Gardner, editor, Responsibility at Work, and Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education, Harvard University "This book should sow the seeds of greatness for protégés and mentors alike, and well beyond the discipline of science. Mentoring lineages are the hallmark of disciplines that endure and have impact, a reality that the authors powerfully communicate." —Carol A. Mullen, editor, Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, and professor and chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, University of North Carolina at Greensboro "Good Mentoring is a landmark study with implications for the continued vibrancy of any discipline. This is a fresh, eye-opening perspective on the social transmission of professional lineages." —Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence

Becoming An Effective Mentoring Leader Proven Strategies For Building Excellence In Your Organization

Author: William J Rothwell
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071805702
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Based on the material taught in ITD's certification, training, and "mega-guru" conferences, Becoming an Effective Mentoring Leader presents key concepts and strategies any managers can use to boost morale, production, and, eventually, the bottom line by including mentoring in their daily activities.

Great Beginnings For Music Teachers

Author: Colleen Marie Conway
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Education
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This practical guide covers the challenges faced by beginning music teachers, district and state-sponsored mentoring and induction programs, alternative certification, and ideas for ongoing professional development. Based on the latest research, this book includes first-person accounts written by beginning music teachers and a state-by-state list of mentoring policies and programs.

Problems Of Teacher Education In Rolling Changes Of Educational System All Over The World

Author: Elżbieta Putkiewicz
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Mentoring And The Business Environment

Author: Richard E. Caruso
Editor: Dartmouth Publishing Company
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Macro and micro trends suggest expert employees are increasingly important to contemporary businesses, especially firms like Motorola, Inc..Motorola, to increase its competitiveness, encourages its experts to work in cross-functional teams. In the 1960's and 1970's, Motorola lost competitive advantage to the Japanese. In the early 1980's to regain competitiveness, its leadership implemented a cultural change to lessen organizational bureaucracy; encourage learning, expert individual career development and teamwork. This included a formal mentoring programme, modelled upon best practice, using a traditional one-to-one, mentor to protege closed system theory of mentoring.

Contemporary Issues In Mentoring

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Effective Teacher Induction And Mentoring

Author: Michael Strong
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Offers the comprehensive review of research on the effectiveness of mentoring and induction support for teachers. This book provides a revealing analysis of teacher induction programs and their consequences for education, teacher quality, teacher effectiveness, and teacher development. It synthesizes the relevant research.

Effective Teaching And Mentoring

Author: Laurent A. Daloz
Editor: Jossey-Bass
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In the humanist tradition of such well-known practitioners in adult education as Malcolm Knowles, Daloz affirms the act of teaching as more an art than a science. Through the use of literary analogies and vignettes from student interviews, he builds a strong case for mentoring, saying that "it is the partnership of teacher and student that finally determines the value of education." Describing the mentor's task as supporting, challenging, and providing vision for the adult learner, Daloz shows how complex this task can be, taking into account the individual personalities of mentor and student and the pressures of the environment. ISBN 1-555-42001-X : $21.95.

Lawyer Hiring Training Report

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Aba Child Law Practice

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The Mentor S Companion

Author: Rhianon Washington
Editor: University of Wales Press
ISBN: 1786831864
File Size: 21,32 MB
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This book explores what mentoring is and what are the essential skills required for it to be effective. Based on research, a new model is introduced – distal mentoring – which embodies best practice and can mitigate negative outcomes. Illustrated with relevant scenarios and mentoring tips, this book is a development tool for active practitioners, and expresses the mentoring process by emphasising its fundamental applications. This is reinforced by case studies and supporting theory, delivering a practical yet digestible medium. Following an initial exploration of the nature of mentoring, key techniques such as deep listening skills, empathy and powerful questioning are examined. Along with developing the relationship through empathy, emotional intelligence and rapport building, this book provides a comprehensive text in its introduction of mentoring as well as its recommendation of best practice.

Fourth National Conference On Diversity In The Scientific And Technological Workforce

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The Effective Special Education Teacher

Author: Laurie Ungerleider DeBettencourt
Editor: Prentice Hall
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Provides an introduction to teaching in the area of special education and includes a discussion of the professional and ethical standards of practice for special education teachers.

Mentoring

Author: Cynthia L. Sipe
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Mentoring

Author: Carol Jean Marvin
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Understanding Mentoring

Author: Peter Tomlinson
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Offers practical strategies and programmes for mentoring in the context of recent work on intelligent skill development, professional thinking and learning, counselling and helping strategies, and the nature and assessment of teaching competence.

Career Advancement And Survival For Engineers

Author: John A. Hoschette
Editor: Wiley-Interscience
ISBN: 9780471017271
File Size: 34,10 MB
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Describes several proven techniques that have helped people get ahead and stay there. Provides excellent guidelines on managing your career, obtaining promotions and setting long range goals. Advancing in product-oriented and functional matrix organizations, determining how job performance is measured in your company, how to find and develop good mentors, generating career advancing ideas, understanding what occurs during takeovers, mergers and work force reductions are among the topics covered.