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  1. Coaching and Mentoring Practice 105 items
    Please see the notes in each section to guide your reading. Further guidance is given during teaching sessions and is available from your tutor.
    1. For skills and models of practice 18 items
      Students are advised to use one or more of three core texts to guide their initial practice. These are: Rogers, Whitworth et al, Megginson & Clutterbuck (all in various editions). These are all available as electronic books. Other volumes provide more challenge for students with an existing or established practice, eg Flaherty (2010) or Cox (2012).
      1. Coaching understood: a pragmatic inquiry into the coaching process - Cox, Elaine 2013

        Book Essential

      2. Coaching skills: the definitive guide to being a coach - Jenny Rogers 2016

        Book  Note subtitle change at 4th ed.

      3. Coaching skills: a handbook - Jenny Rogers 2012

        Book 

      4. Coaching skills: a handbook - Jenny Rogers 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      5. Coaching skills: a handbook - Rogers, Jennifer 2008

        Book Essential

      6. Coaching skills: a handbook - Jennifer Rogers, MyiLibrary 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      7. Coaching: evoking excellence in others - Flaherty, James 2010

        Book Essential

      8. Coaching: evoking excellence in others - James Flaherty, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      9. Co-active coaching: changing business, transforming lives - Henry Kimsey-House, Karen Kimsey-House, Phil Sandahl, Laura Whitworth 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      10. Co-active coaching: changing business, transforming lives - Henry Kimsey-House 2011

        Book 

      11. Techniques for coaching and mentoring - Natalie Lancer, David Clutterbuck, David Megginson 2016

        Book 

      12. Techniques for coaching and mentoring - Natalie Lancer, David Clutterbuck, David Megginson 2016

        Book 

      13. Techniques for coaching and mentoring - David Megginson, David Clutterbuck 2012

        Book  New printing of 2005 ed.

      14. Techniques for coaching and mentoring - Megginson, David, Clutterbuck, David 2005

        Book Essential

      15. Techniques for coaching and mentoring - David Megginson, David Clutterbuck, MyiLibrary 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

    2. Practices and their theoretical and empirical bases 5 items
      As the module progresses, students may want to start looking at the underlying assumptions of different approaches. Comparing different approaches, whether in terms of methods or theories, is part of your development of critical skills.
      1. Evidence-based coaching handbook: putting best practices to work for your clients - Dianne R. Stober, Anthony Grant, MyiLibrary 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. The complete handbook of coaching - Cox, Elaine, Bachkirova, Tatiana, Clutterbuck, David 2010

        Book 

    3. On reflective learning 6 items
      Reflection and learning are key issues in professional practice development and are highlighted in this module. These are central, classic texts on the topic.
      1. On being a supervisee: creating learning partnerships - Carroll, Michael, Gilbert, Maria [2011]

        Book 

      2. On being a supervisee: creating learning partnerships - Carroll, Michael, Gilbert, Maria C. 2005

        Book 

      3. Educating the reflective practitioner - Schön, Donald A. 1987

        Book 

    4. Journals 5 items
      Peer reviewed journals provide robust research findings and theoretical debate. Authors tend to provide more information about how their findings have been arrived at which means it is possible to assess independently the legitimacy of their claims. It is important to engage with peer-reviewed contributions to the field as part of the development of critical thinking on the topic.
      1. International coaching psychology review - British Psychological Society, Australian Psychological Society

        Journal 

    5. Other significant contributions to the field 25 items
      These works are widely referenced in the field and most will be mentioned in the module teaching sessions. Students should refer to some of these when looking at specific topics.
      1. Everyone needs a mentor - David Clutterbuck 2014

        Book 

      2. Practical methods for evaluating coaching - Carter, Alison, Institute for Employment Studies c2006

        Book 

      3. Everyone needs a mentor: fostering talent in your organisation - Clutterbuck, David 2004

        Book 

      4. Mentor: guiding the journey of adult learners - Daloz, Laurent A., Daloz, Laurent A. c1999

        Book 

      5. Executive coaching: practices & perspectives - Fitzgerald, Catherine, Berger, Jennifer Garvey 2002

        Book 

      6. Executive coaching: practices & perspectives - Catherine Fitzgerald, Jennifer Garvey Berger 2002 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      7. Leadership coaching: from personal insight to organisational performance - Lee, Graham, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 2003

        Book 

      8. Work motivation: history, theory, research, and practice - Latham, Gary P. c2012

        Book 

      9. Mentoring dilemmas: developmental relationships within multicultural organizations - Murrell, Audrey J., Crosby, Faye J., Ely, Robin J. 1999

        Book 

      10. Mentoring dilemmas: developmental relationships within multicultural organizations - Audrey J. Murrell, Faye J. Crosby, Robin J. Ely 1999 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      11. Life coaching: a cognitive behavioural approach - Michael Neenan, Windy Dryden 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      12. Life coaching: a cognitive behavioural approach - Michael Neenan, Windy Dryden 2014

        Book 

      13. The complete guide to coaching at work - Zeus, Perry, Skiffington, Suzanne c2000

        Book 

    6. Supplementary Reading on MBTI 12 items
      1. Introduction to type: a guide to understanding your results on the Myers-Briggs type indicator - Myers, Isabel Briggs, Kirby, Linda K., Myers, Katharine D. 2000

        Book Essential good resource with detailed description of each type- useful if you are not quite sure what your type preferences are.

      2. Gifts differing: understanding personality type - Myers, Isabel Briggs, Myers, Peter B. c1995

        Book Essential

      3. Gifts differing: understanding personality type - Isabel Briggs Myers, Peter B. Myers c1995, c1980 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      4. Work it out: using personality type to improve team performance - Sandra Krebs Hirsh, Jane A. G. Kise 2006

        Book  Accessible guide to MBTI type with good section at the end on coaching

      5. Introduction to type in organisations: individual interpretive guide - Hirsh, Sandra Krebs, Kummerow, Jean M. 2000

        Book  Good detail used by practitioners to apply MBTI to work settings

      6. Type talk at work: how the 16 personality types determine your success on the job - Kroeger, Otto, Thuesen, Janet M., Rutledge, Hile 2002

        Book  Describes the details of each type and how they behave at work and what problems they can get into.

      7. Work types - Kummerow, Jean M., Barger, Nancy J., Kirby, Linda K. c1997

        Book  applies MBTI type to various job situations like coping with change, leadership etc.

    7. Other items listed in the module guide. 34 items
      This is not an exhaustive list
      1. Ethics 1 item
        1. Values and ethics in coaching - Ioanna Iordanou, Rachel Hawley, Christiana Iordanou 2017

          Book 

      2. Motivation 6 items
        1. Organizational behaviour - David A. Buchanan, Andrzej Huczynski 2017

          Book 

        2. Organizational behaviour - David A. Buchanan, Andrzej Huczynski 2017

          Book 

        3. Organizational behaviour - Huczynski, Andrzej, Buchanan, David A. 2013

          Book 

        4. Organizational behaviour - Andrzej Huczynski, David A. Buchanan 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        5. Organizational behaviour - Buchanan, David A., Huczynski, Andrzej 2010

          Book 

      3. Intuition and tacit knowledge 14 items
        1. The intuitive practitioner: on the value of not always knowing what one is doing - Atkinson, Terry, Claxton, Guy 2000

          Book 

        2. Educating intuition - Hogarth, Robin M. 2001

          Book 

        3. Professionality, professionalism and control in education - E. Hoyle 1974

          Article  The Library does not have a copy of this article.

        4. Intuition: its powers and perils - Myers, David G. 2004

          Book 

        5. Intuition: the new frontier of management - Parikh, Jagdish, Neubauer, F.-Friedrich, Lank, Alden G. 1994

          Book 

      4. Standards and quality 13 items
        1. The complete handbook of coaching - Cox, Elaine, Bachkirova, Tatiana, Clutterbuck, David 2010

          Book 

        2. Life coaching: a cognitive behavioural approach - Michael Neenan, Windy Dryden 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        3. Life coaching: a cognitive behavioural approach - Michael Neenan, Windy Dryden 2014

          Book