© 2018 – Routledge
242 pages | 14 B/W Illus.
Coaching and mentoring as management approaches have spread rapidly across the Asia Pacific region. Basic concepts of supporting people in their learning, in their career journeys, and in the acquisition of wisdom are deeply rooted in all cultures, yet today, there is little agreement about what constitutes good practice.
Coaching and Mentoring in the Asia Pacific is the first book to put coaching and mentoring into an Asia Pacific context – exploring the challenges, benefits and differences in application, both in concept and practice. Opening with a foreword from Anthony Grant, this book provides commentaries and practical case studies from a wide variety of countries, sectors and perspectives. The authors show how organizations in the Asia Pacific Region can make effective use of this powerful developmental tool, in cost-effective, culturally relevant ways.
This book will be invaluable reading for students and practitioners based in, planning to work in, or curious about coaching and mentoring in the Asia Pacific.
"Anyone involved coaching and mentoring in the Asia Pacific region will welcome this book. It includes chapters from experts in the field and provides a fine overview of the challenges faced and how to tackle them. The book is a very useful contribution to our understanding of coaching and mentoring in this developing context."
Dr Elaine Cox, Principal Lecturer and Programme Lead for Coaching & Mentoring, Business School, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Part 1: Setting the Scene
Chapter 1: A brief history of coaching and mentoring
David Clutterbuck and Tammy Turner
Chapter 2: Key challenges for coaching and mentoring in Asia-Pacific
Derrick Kon and Anna Blackman
Chapter 3: What does good practice look like?
Anna Blackman and David Clutterbuck
Chapter 4: Role and future of coaching supervision in Asia-Pacific
Part 2: Coaching Cases
Chapter 5: Coaching in Thailand
Chapter 6: The Cross-Cultural Kaleidoscope™ Model: A Systems Approach to Coaching in the Asia-Pacific Region
Chapter 7: Asia’s unique leadership challenges
Chapter 8: Transitioning the new CEO while embedding a merger
Chapter 9: Technology Leader in Asia
Chapter 10: Are Leaders born or made? A tale of two executives
Chapter 11: Auckland City amalgamation and culture development using traditional Maori concept of Kaiarahi
Chapter 12: Asia-Pacific Organizational Coaching Case Study
Chapter 13: Strength-Based Leadership & Team Coaching in Asia Pacific
Chapter 14: Empowering Women Leaders in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
David Pierce, Kasia Gurgul, Sue Hubbard and Anna Blackman
Chapter 15: Leadership Coaching: an Australian context
Julia Milner and Mike Armour
Chapter 16: "The Different Me"-s: Using the multi-selves model for peak performance and alignment
Chapter 17: High performance team coaching
Chapter 18: Coaching in Asia-Pacific from the perspective of the coachee
Siqiwen Li, Anna Blackman and Alison Carter
Part 3: Mentoring Cases
Chapter 19: Can a ‘white-fella’ be mentored using traditional ‘black-fella’ wisdom?
Chapter 20: Mentoring within the Pacific Islands
Chapter 21: The Mentoring for Effective Teaching program
Peter Hudson and Sue Hudson
Chapter 22: To Mentor or Not to Mentor: A Mentor Speaks
Chapter 23: Young Women in Leadership, Massey University
Vasudha Bhide and Beth Tootell
Chapter 24: Family Member Mentoring in Hawaii: Understanding the Influence of Culture on Mentors and Protégés
Chapter 25: How to match mentors and mentees effectively
Part 4: Conclusions
Chapter 26: Lessons learnt
David Clutterbuck, Anna Blackman and Derrick Kon
Edited by David Clutterbuck and Irena Sobolewska.
This series is published in collaboration with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Routledge-EMCC Masters in Coaching and Mentoring provides critical perspectives in coaching and mentoring. It aims to avoid the overcrowded basic coaching/mentoring textbook market and focus instead on providing a toolkit for topics outside of core theory but are necessary to become a mature practitioner.
The series will appeal to those studying to obtain certificates, diplomas and masters in coaching and mentoring, alongside experienced practitioners who wish to round out their practice using selected essential reading as part of their continuous professional development.