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Mentoring Principals

Frameworks, Agendas, Tips, and Case Stories for Mentors and Mentees

by Paul G. Young

  • 165 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Corwin Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • In-service training,
  • Case studies,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • School principals,
  • Mentoring in education,
  • Administration - General,
  • Professional Development,
  • Education / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9732305M
    ISBN 10141290515X
    ISBN 109781412905152

    In Mentoring and Induction Programs That Support New Principals, mentoring expert Susan Villani addresses the key question of how well new headteachers are prepared and supported. This is an ideal resource for developing a mentoring or induction program for headteachers, or for enhancing your existing program. It discusses the use of external coaches and the issues that confront managers who act as coaches to their own team. It describes key aspects of coaching including: active listening, building rapport, asking questions, demonstrating empathy, using intuition, goal setting and giving feedback.

    Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™ Fourth Edition. MENTOR’s cornerstone publication, the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™, details research-informed and practitioner-approved Standards for creating and sustaining quality youth mentoring programs and consequently, impactful mentoring Fourth Edition, released in September , reflects the most up. Some good mentoring advice A good book in the importance of mentoring and how to become involved, no matter one's life stage. It offers practical advice on various aspects of the mentoring relationship, including pitfalls to avoid. But I guess overall, I just didn't find this to be an engaging read/5.

    This indispensable handbook for mentors, mentees, and new principals will jump-start the learning process of new principals by providing case stories and . This paper describes a study of mentoring programs for beginning principals in two different urban school districts. In both settings, the goal of mentoring was said to be support for instructional leadership behaviors by novice principals. This represents an alternative to traditional mentoring schemes designed solely to ensure that first year principalsCited by:


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Mentoring Principals by Paul G. Young Download PDF EPUB FB2

He is the Zone I representative for the board of directors of the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators. He has presented at OAESA and NAESP professional conferences and conventions.

He is the co-author of the book Mastering the Art of Mentoring Principals with his mentor, Paul Young. He and his wife Kerry live in by: The author shows that mentoring is less about rocket science (technique) and more about heart science.

The book reveals that mentoring, at its core, is sharing one's life with another. It is first and foremost listening and then it is sharing - Mentoring Principals book just success stories but whopping failures/5(20).

At the core of the book, a series of mentoring field stories, including comments from mentees, brings to life the issues and crises around which new headteachers are likely to speed dial their mentors, and also provides models for how the mentor can guide, support, encourage, but ultimately leave decision and responsibility with the new headteacher.

The International Mentoring Group presents their list of TOP 10 books on mentoring and coaching available on the Amazon. The selection consists of only top-rated products (rated between 4★ and 5★) and includes the New York Times and Wall Street best-selling authors such as Darren Hardy, Sean Whalen, and Michael Bungay Stanier.

Mentoring is an integral component of principal preparation programs designed to improve school and student performance. Good Principals Aren’t Born — They’re Mentoreddraws on survey data from a sample of seasoned principal mentors who have guided interns in university-based principal preparation programs in the SREB region.

As new principals come aboard, veteran principals can be enlisted to serve as buddies. A buddy's role is to give advice and encouragement on daily issues and problems. Outreach may come in the form of telephone conversations, e-mail correspondence, site visits, or job shadowing.

Mentoring involves a clearly bounded relationship that is close and uncoerced (unlike friendship or parenting). Mentoring involves a definite time commitment. A mentoring relationship is planned for enhancing specific growth goals of a mentee; not for organizational requirements such.

The APA's Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct is subdivided into five general principles and 10 standards (APA, ). The general principles can be seen as an aspirational guide to appropriate interactions with others in many situations, including mentoring.

They do not, however, dictate what is good and bad mentoring. THE COMPLETE MENTORING PROGRAM TOOLKIT. 2 Mentoring has been transforming people for thousands of years. And today, it is an equally transformational tool for organisations all understand and adhere to the following principles.

Being a great mentor isn’t always as easy as it looks – but you. Mentorship comes in many flavors. It doesn’t always work unless leaders bear in mind a few common principles.

Over the past three years, as part of my forthcoming book, I’ve been researching how. The mentoring relationship ends when the mentee is able to operate independently.

10 Mentors follow a servant leadership model by providing value to another without receiving extrinsic rewards. Mentoring - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily. affiliate Mentoring Partnerships that provide leadership at the local level.

The Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™ is the cornerstone of all of our efforts, developed and disseminated to ensure that as the quantity of mentoring grows, quality remains front and center. The Elements are widely accepted as the national and globalFile Size: 1MB.

Mentorloop's professional mentoring resources are being used by over 1, organisations across the world. These proven resources - including cheat-sheets, toolkits, and detailed guides - enable you to learn about mentoring, facilitate an effective mentoring program.

• Leverage the NAESP mentor certification program to build and enhance a national mentor cadre. • Enhance the process for training and matching mentors with principals • Establish a network of educational supports for early career principals – NAESP’s goal is to establish sustainable mentoring programs that are.

mentoring relationships, regardless of the age or position of the mentor and mentee. Research has consistently found mentored individuals to be more satisfied and commi ed to their professions than non-mentored individuals (Wanberg, Welsh. He has written or contributed to articles and books for the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the National School Boards Association, the George Lucas Educational Foundation, and to the works of independent authors, including Dr.

Susan Villani, author of Mentoring and Induction Programs That Support New Principals (Corwin. Principles of Effective Mentoring Programs The program is planned and implemented collaboratively among stakeholders including administration and union leadership to ensure commitment and sustainability.

The program is responsive to the culture and needs of the district. The program is non-evaluative and non-remedial. The Mentor is a down to earth leadership and counseling book that gets to the point.

It makes an excellent reference for yourself and a wonderful gift for newly promoted NCOs and Officers.5/5(5). A mentor should help the mentee identify goals and challenges and set priorities for relevant personal growth.

Mentors should acknowledge the benefits they gain from the process of mentoring. Mentors should seek to use supporting resources that facilitate and sustain the engagement of the mentee. The following list is based on research and our experience at the Extra Support for Principals (ESP) program in Albuquerque, New Mexico, including collaboration with other school districts from across the nation.

Be Low Key in Your Approach. When accepting the responsibility as a mentor, approach the new principal in a low-key : Carl Weingartner.Making the Case for Principal Mentoring was created by the National Association of Elementary Schools Principals in partnership with Collaborative Communications Group.

The research and development of this publication was made pos-sible by the LAB at Brown University, Principals Leadership Network. This publication is based on work supported by theFile Size: KB.The book also covers:Developing supportive mentoring relationships Assisting new administrators with individual professional growth plansAdvising on district mandates, operational/funding issues, and standards Fostering effective time management, communication, and self-evaluation skillsOffering a total support system for new principals, this.