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  • Mentoring in the Workplace :Readings
    The readings have been grouped under headings to help you find your way through them.  There is often some overlap so you may find, for example, that a paper in the research section will give you useful insights into implementation issues.  To make the most of the subject it is important that you read as widely as possible.  Look through the references at the end of the journal articles for other publications which may relate even more closely to your particular interests.
    To access the alphabetical list of  e – readings for this subject go to
    Section One -  General issues, models and overviews
    Brockbank, A and McGill I., 2006, A map of Mentoring and Coaching, Chapter 2 in Facilitating Reflective Learning through Mentoring and coaching, Kogan Page, London, pp 9-23
    Russell, J and Adams, D 1997, The Changing Nature of Mentoring in Organizations: an introduction to the special issue on mentoring in organizations, Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol 51, pp1-14
    Gibb, S. 2003, What do we talk about when we talk about mentoring ? Blooms and thorns,  British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol 13, No.1. pp40-49
    Colley, H., 2002, Righting rewritings of the myth of Mentor: a critical perspective on career guidance mentoring, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol 29, No 2, pp178-197
    DeLong, T.J., Gabarro J.J., and Lees R.J.,2008, Why Mentoring Matters in a Hypercompetitive World, Harvard Business Review, January 2008, pp115-121
    Armstrong, H and Geddes, M , 2009, Developing Coaching Supervision Practice: an Australian case study, International Journal of Evidence Based coaching and Mentoring, Vol.7, No 2, August 2009
    Griffiths, K., Campbell, M., 2009, Discovering, applying and integrating : The process of learning in coaching, International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, Vol. 7, No 2, pp 16-30
    Hawkins, P, Shohet.R., 2006, Seven-eyed supervision: a process model, Chapter 7 in Supervision in the Helping Professions, McGraw Hill Education, pp80-103
    Section Two – Research Oriented Papers
    Allen, T.D., Eby L.T., O’Brien, K.E. and Lentz, E., 2008, The State of Mentoring Research: a qualitative review of current research methods and future research implications, Journal of Vocational Behavior,  Vol 73, pp343-357
    Kram, K, 1985, Phases of a mentor relationship, in Mentoring at Work: developmental relationships in organizational life, Scott, Foresman and Co., Glenview, Illinois, pp47-66
    Chao, G. T., 1997, Mentoring phases and outcomes, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 51, pp15-28
    Long, J., 1997, The dark side of mentoring, Australian Educational Researcher, Vol.24, No2, pp115-133
    Burk, H and Eby, L.T., 2010, What keeps people in mentoring relationships when bad things happen? A field study from the protégé’s perspective, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77 (2010) pp437-446
    Eby, L.T., McManus, S.E.,  and Russell, J. E., 2000, The protégés perspective regarding negative mentoring experiences.  The development of a taxonomy, Journal of vocational Behavior, Vol 57, pp1-21
    Eby, L. T., Allen, T.D. Evans, S.C. Ng, T., DuBois, D.L. 2008, Does mentoring matter?  A multidisciplinary meta-analysis comparing mentored and non-mentored individuals, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 72, pp254-267
    Jones, J. 2012, An analysis of learning outcomes within formal mentoring relationships, International Journal of Evidence Based coaching and Mentoring, Vol. 10., No 1, February 2012, pp57-72
    Hamlin, R. G., and Sage., L., 2010, Behavioural criteria of perceived mentoring effectiveness: an empirical study of effective and ineffective mentor and mentee behaviour within formal mentoring relationships, Journal of European Industrial Training, Vol. 35, No. 8, pp 752-778
    Ensher, E. A., Murphy, S. E., The Mentoring Relationship Challenges Scale: the impact of mentoring stage, type and gender, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 79, pp253-266
    Egan, T.M., Song Z, Are facilitated mentoring programs beneficial? A randomized experimental field study, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol 72 pp 351-362
    Section Three – Mentoring in particular contexts
    Brady L, and Schuck S, 2005, Online mentoring for the induction of beginning teachers, Journal of Educational Enquiry, vol 6, No 1 pp65-75
    Friedman A and Philllips M, 2002, The role of mentoring in the CPD programmes of professional associations, International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol 21, No.3, May-June  2002, 269-284
    McNally, P and Martin S, 1998, Support and challenge in learning to teach: the role of the mentor, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Vol 26, Issue 1, pp 39-51
    Clutterbuck D and Megginson, S 1999, Every executive needs a mentor, Extract from Mentoring  executives and directors, Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, pp3-27
    Hoigaard, R., Mathisen, P., 2009, Benefits of formal mentoring for female leaders, International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, Vol. 7, No 2,  pp 64-70
    Martin, F., Collier, K., and Carlon, S.,  2009, Mentoring first-year distance education students in taxation studies, Legal Education Review, Vol. 19, Issue ½, pp217-234
    Knouse, S.B., 2001, Virtual mentors: mentoring on the internet, Journal of employment Counselling, Vol. 38, pp 162-169
    Sword W., Byrne C, Drummond-Young, M, Harmer M and Bush J, 2002, Nursing alumni as student mentors: nurturing professional growth, Nurse Education Today, Vol 23, pp278-285
    Yang L-Q., et al, 2011, Mentoring in China: Enhanced Understanding and Association with Occupational Stress, Journal of Business, Journal of Business Psychology, 26, 485-499
    Bray, L., Nettleton, P. 2007, Assessor or mentor?  Role confusion in professional education, Nurse Education Today, Vol 27., 848-855
    Earle, V., Myrick, F., and Yonge, O., 2011, Preceptorship in the intergenerational context: An integrative review of the literature, Nurse Education Today, 82-87
    Peel, D,  What factors affect coaching and mentoring in small and medium sized enterprises, International Journal of Evidence Based coaching and Mentoring, Vol. 6, No 2., August 2008 pp1-18
    Section Four – Implementation Issues
    Zachary, L. J., 2000, Reaping the harvest: coming to closure, Chapter 7 in The Mentor’s Guide, facilitating learning relationships, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, pp145-160
     Parsloe, E., and Wray, M. 2001, Mentoring: where theory and practice collide, in Coaching and Mentoring : practical methods to improve learning, Kogan Page, London, pp75-100
    Clutterbuck, D., 2001 (third edition), Selecting and matching mentors and mentees, Chapter 6 in Everyone needs a mentor: fostering talent at work, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, London pp50-73
    London, M., 2002, Coaching processes, in Leadership Development: paths to self-insight and professional growth, Lawrence Erlbaum and Assoc., Mahwah, NJ, pp161-194
    Wallace, S and Gravells J, 2007(second edition) Mentoring schemes – institutional issues, Chapter 8 in Mentoring Learning Matters, Exeter  107-121