How to mentor

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Unlocking student talent: the new science of developing expertise [i]
  2. () Developing a working model of cross-cultural supervision: a competence- and alliance-based framework [d]
  3. David Clutterbuck, Frances K. Kochan, Laura Gail Lunsford, Nora Domínguez, & Julie Haddock-Millar [ed] () The Sage handbook of mentoring [i] [d]
  4. () Pairwise communication for innovation at work [i] [d]
  5. () Interactive support effects on career agency and occupational engagement among young adults [d]
  6. () Ethical considerations for mentors: toward a mentoring code of ethics [i] [d]
  7. () The professionalization and training of psychologists: the place of clinical wisdom [p] [d]
  8. () On principles of educational change and principled action in psychotherapy supervision [d]
  9. () Teaching, learning and leading in today's complex world: reaching new heights with a developmental approach [d]
  10. () Living up to my mentors [p] [d]
  11. () An everyone culture: becoming a deliberately developmental organization [i]
  12. () Questioning our questions: a constructivist technique for clinical supervision [d]
  13. Tony Rousmaniere & Edina Lynn Renfro-Michel [ed] () Using technology to enhance clinical supervision [i] [d]
  14. () Essential processes for cognitive behavioral clinical supervision: agenda setting, problem-solving, and formative feedback [p] [d]
  15. () Mentoring in postsecondary education and organizational settings [i] [d]
  16. () Collaborative developmental action inquiry [i] [d]
  17. () Evidence-based supervision: tracking outcome and teaching principles of change in clinical supervision to bring science to integrative practice [p] [d]
  18. () Promoting cognitive complexity in corrections practice: clinical supervision processes with psychotherapist trainees [p] [d]
  19. () How leaders mentor others to be leaders—or don't [i]
  20. Carlos R. McCray & Bruce S. Cooper [ed] () Mentoring with meaning: how educators can be more professional and effective [i]
  21. () Using client outcome monitoring as a tool for supervision [p] [d]
  22. () On the shoulders of medicine's giants: what today's clinicians can learn from yesterday's wisdom [i] [d]
  23. Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, & Maureen P. Davey [ed] () Clinical supervision activities for increasing competence and self-awareness [i]
  24. () Purpose in life: a critical component of optimal youth development [i] [d]
  25. () Creating resilient mindsets in children and adolescents: a strength-based approach for clinical and nonclinical populations [i] [d]
  26. () Mentoring as a strategy for facilitating learning: protégé and mentor perspectives [i] [d]
  27. () Tapping the wisdom that surrounds you: mentorship and women [i]
  28. () Making business personal [u]
  29. () Positive change and mentoring in adulthood [i] [d]
  30. Sandra Prince-Embury & Donald H. Saklofske [ed] () Resilience interventions for youth in diverse populations [i] [d]
  31. () The teaching brain: an evolutionary trait at the heart of education [i]
  32. C. Edward Watkins Jr. & Derek L. Milne [ed] () The Wiley international handbook of clinical supervision [i] [d]
  33. Susan A. David, David Clutterbuck, & David Megginson [ed] () Beyond goals: effective strategies for coaching and mentoring [i]
  34. () The qualities and impacts of a great mentor—and how to improve your own mentoring [d]
  35. () The developing practitioner: growth and stagnation of therapists and counselors [i]
  36. () Mentoring: apprenticeship or co-inquiry? [i] [d]
  37. () Building learning partnerships [d]
  38. () Mentoring in social work: key findings from a women's community-based mentoring program [d]
  39. () A review of developmental networks: incorporating a mutuality perspective [d]
  40. Sarah J. Fletcher & Carol A. Mullen [ed] () The Sage handbook of mentoring and coaching in education [i] [d]
  41. () 'Her energy kind of went into a different place': a qualitative study examining supervisors' experience of promoting reflexive learning in students [d]
  42. () Therapy training as a transformative process [i]
  43. () Turning pro: tap your inner power and create your life's work [i]
  44. () How to be an effective decision-maker [u]
  45. () Psychotherapy supervision in the new millennium: competency-based, evidence-based, particularized, and energized [d]
  46. () On demoralization, therapist identity development, and persuasion and healing in psychotherapy supervision [d]
  47. () Resistance or disconnection?: a relational-cultural approach to supervisee anxiety and nondisclosure [d]
  48. () The missing middle: communities of practice in a freelance labour market [d]
  49. () Evaluation of an occupational therapy mentorship program: effects on therapists' skills and family-centered behavior [d]
  50. () Prior learning assessment and the developmental journey: from 'mapless' to cartographer [i] [d]
  51. () The seven secrets of the prolific: the definitive guide to overcoming procrastination, perfectionism, and writer's block [i]
  52. () Youth leaving foster care: a developmental, relationship-based approach to practice [i] [d]
  53. () Psychotherapy-based supervision models in an emerging competency-based era: a commentary [d]
  54. () Apprenticeship patterns: guidance for the aspiring software craftsman [i]
  55. Michael J. Karcher & Michael J. Nakkula [ed] () Play, talk, learn: promising practices in youth mentoring [i]
  56. Felix Rauner & Erica Smith [ed] () Rediscovering apprenticeship: research findings of the International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship (INAP) [i] [d]
  57. Carole A. Rayburn [ed] () A handbook for women mentors: transcending barriers of stereotype, race, and ethnicity [i]
  58. () Ambivalence: the career killer [u]
  59. () The role of mentor trust and protégé internal locus of control in formal mentoring relationships [d]
  60. S. Gayle Baugh & Sherry E. Sullivan [ed] () Maintaining focus, energy, and options over the career [i]
  61. () Community engaged parent education: strengthening civic engagement among parents and parent educators [d]
  62. () The influence of diversity in clinical supervision: a framework for reflective conversations and questioning [d]
  63. () Good influence: teaching the wisdom of adulthood [i]
  64. () Processing the therapeutic relationship [p] [d]
  65. () Collusion in clinical supervision: literature review and case study in self-reflection [d]
  66. () Helping: how to offer, give, and receive help [i]
  67. () Real time leadership development [i]
  68. () Connecting hand, mind, and community: vocational education for social and environmental renewal [u]
  69. () Peacemaking circles & urban youth: bringing justice home [i]
  70. () Peer coaching: a relational process for accelerating career learning [d]
  71. () Improving youth mentoring interventions through research-based practice [d]
  72. Tammy D. Allen & Lillian T. Eby [ed] () The Blackwell handbook of mentoring: a multiple perspectives approach [i] [d]
  73. () Learning to teach: teacher candidates reflect on the relational, conceptual, and contextual influences of responsive mentorship [d] [j]
  74. () Career cycles and mentoring [i]
  75. () Developmental initiation and developmental networks [i]
  76. () Transformational supervision: when supervisors mentor [d]
  77. () The three signs of a miserable job: a fable for managers (and their employees) [i]
  78. () A constructive-developmental approach to mentoring relationships [i]
  79. () Energizing others in work connections [i]
  80. Belle Rose Ragins & Kathy E. Kram [ed] () The handbook of mentoring at work: theory, research, and practice [i]
  81. () The little guide to beating procrastination, perfectionism and blocks: a manual for artists, activists, entrepreneurs, academics and other ambitious dreamers [u]
  82. () Making questions work: a guide to what and how to ask for facilitators, consultants, managers, coaches, and educators [i]
  83. (/2012) Facilitating reflective learning: coaching, mentoring and supervison [i]
  84. () Coaching, mentoring and organizational consultancy: supervision and development [i]
  85. () The lifelong activist: how to change the world without losing your way [i] [u]
  86. David L. DuBois & Michael J. Karcher [ed] () Handbook of youth mentoring [i]
  87. () Power mentoring: how successful mentors and protégés get the most out of their relationships [i]
  88. () The development of strategic thinking: learning to impact human systems in a youth activism program [d]
  89. () Creating optimal work environments: exploring teacher flow experiences [d]
  90. () On mentors, cognitive development, education, and constructivism: an interview with Juan Pascual-Leone [d]
  91. () Forging research partnerships across the academic–agency divide [d]
  92. () The elements of mentoring [i]
  93. () The role of subjective well-being in positive youth development [d]
  94. () The teacher as partner: exploring participant structures, symmetry, and identity work in scaffolding [d]
  95. () Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  96. () The five patterns of extraordinary careers: the guide for achieving success and satisfaction [i]
  97. Ed De St. Aubin, Dan P. McAdams, & T'ae-ch'ang Kim [ed] () The generative society: caring for future generations [i]
  98. () A framework for conceptualizing competence to mentor [d]
  99. Jeffrey A. Kottler & W. Paul Jones [ed] () Doing better: improving clinical skills and professional competence [i]
  100. () Compassionate education: a prolegomena for radical schooling [i]
  101. () The journey of the counselor and therapist: research findings and perspectives on professional development [d]
  102. () Spiritual role modeling: the teaching of meaning systems [d]
  103. () Reawakening your passion for work [p] [u]
  104. () The young and the clueless [p] [u]
  105. () Mentor manager, mentor parent: how to develop responsible people and build successful relationships at work and at home [i]
  106. () From assets to agents of change: social justice, organizing, and youth development [d]
  107. () Mentoring in the art classroom [d] [j]
  108. () A teacher's responsibility [u]
  109. () Stand by me: the risks and rewards of mentoring today's youth [i]
  110. () At the elbow of another: learning to teach by coteaching [i]
  111. () Honoring and privileging personal experience and knowledge: ideas for a narrative therapy approach to the training and supervision of new therapists [d]
  112. () Reconceptualizing mentoring at work: a developmental network perspective [d]
  113. () 10 traits of highly effective teachers: how to hire, coach, and mentor successful teachers [i]
  114. () The caligula phenomenon: mentoring relationships and theoretical abuse [d]
  115. () Making a life, making a living: reclaiming your purpose and passion in business and in life [i]
  116. (/2010) Wise teacher, wise student: Tibetan approaches to a healthy relationship [or: Relating to a spiritual teacher: building a healthy relationship] [i]
  117. () The academic genogram: teaching for the future by learning from the past [d]
  118. () From mentoring to co-mentoring: establishing collaborative relationships [d]
  119. () Let your life speak: listening for the voice of vocation [i]
  120. () Coloring outside the lines: raising a smarter kid by breaking all the rules [i]
  121. () Leadership styles, mentoring functions received, and job-related stress: a conceptual model and preliminary study [d]
  122. () The art of focused conversation: 100 ways to access group wisdom in the workplace [i]
  123. () Make it count: how to generate a legacy that gives meaning to your life [i]
  124. () Good cop, bad cop: using cognitive dissonance theory to reduce police lying [u]
  125. () The natural limitations of youth: the predispositions that shape the adolescent character [i]
  126. Michael J. Nakkula & Sharon M. Ravitch [ed] () Matters of interpretation: reciprocal transformation in therapeutic and developmental relationships with youth [i]
  127. () The relationship of developmental tasks to life satisfaction, moral reasoning, and occupational attainment at age 28 [d]
  128. () A developmental perspective on psychotherapy process, psychotherapists' expertise, and 'meaning-making conflict' within therapeutic relationships: part II: dialectical thinking and psychotherapeutic expertise: implications for training psychotherapists and protecting clients from 'theoretical abuse' [d]
  129. () A developmental perspective on psychotherapy process, psychotherapists' expertise, and 'meaning-making conflict' within therapeutic relationships: part I: a dialectical-constructivist view of human development, psychotherapy, and the dynamics of meaning-making conflict within therapeutic relationships [d]
  130. (/2006) All kids are our kids: what communities must do to raise caring and responsible children and adolescents [i]
  131. () Everyday blessings: the inner work of mindful parenting [i]
  132. Robert L. Selman, Caroline L. Watts, & Lynn Hickey Schultz [ed] () Fostering friendship: pair therapy for treatment and prevention [i]
  133. () Mentoring: the most obvious yet overlooked key to achieving more in life than you dreamed possible: a success guide for mentors and protégés [i]
  134. Susan S. Phillips & Patricia E. Benner [ed] () The crisis of care: affirming and restoring caring practices in the helping professions [i]
  135. () Making a friend in youth: developmental theory and pair therapy [i]
  136. () Outliving the self: generativity and the interpretation of lives [i]
  137. () Natural therapy [i]
  138. Elizabeth A. Carter & Monica McGoldrick [ed] (/2005) The expanded family life cycle: individual, family, and social perspectives [i]
  139. () Learning together: how to foster creativity, self-fulfillment, and social awareness in today's students and teachers [i]

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14th edition, last updated: 18 November 2018
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