Coaching and mentoring for work-life balance

Haddock-Millar, Julie and Eliot, Tom (2019) Coaching and mentoring for work-life balance. Routledge EMCC Masters in Coaching and Mentoring . Routledge Taylor & Francis, Abington, Oxfordshire. ISBN 9780367235604, pbk-ISBN 9780367235628, e-ISBN 9780429280405. (doi:10.4324/9780429280405)

Abstract

The coaching and mentoring profession is facing a major challenge – helping clients cope effectively with life’s complexities and conflicting demands in a rapidly changing environment. Conversations around work-life balance need to address not only the interconnectedness of work, leisure, home, and social life but also the fact that these elements are in flux and require continuous rebalancing. This book is a practical and evidence-based resource to help coaches and mentors in supporting clients to achieve greater work-life balance.

Written by an experienced academic-practitioner team, this book provides coaches and mentors with a way of addressing work-life tensions with their clients. It is grounded in research and practice and offers a wide range of tools and techniques which are supported with real-life case studies illustrating how they can be employed. On top of this, readers are also supported with reflective questions to enhance understanding and a series of downloadable worksheets for practical use.

Coaching and Mentoring for Work-Life Balance is essential reading for professional coaches and mentors who are helping their clients to develop personal resilience and will also be a valuable resource for students in postgraduate coaching and mentoring courses. The authors present some of the latest thinking on this topic, underpinned by their own research and model for work-life balance, making the book indispensable to all those engaged in leadership, coaching, mentoring, and supervision.

Item Type: Book
Research Areas: A. > Business School
Item ID: 27959
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Depositing User: Julie Haddock-Millar
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2019 13:31
Last Modified: 15 Nov 2019 15:03
URI: https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/27959

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