Paperback: 224 pages
Developing Successful Diversity Mentoring Programmes
By: David Clutterbuck, Kirsten M. Poulsen & Frances Kochan
Mentoring programmes are an essential tool for successfully supporting diversity within organisations, and can have a strong, positive impact on inclusion and recognition of differences.
This book uses 32 case studies from across the world to illustrate the wide range of approaches to designing, implementing, managing and evaluating mentoring programmes. It examines the dilemmas, pitfalls and successes of diversity mentoring programmes, providing an excellent insight into what works and what doesn’t in different situations. The case studies cover many different aspects of diversity, such as race, culture, disability, gender and sexual orientation, and provide advice and inspiration for organisations that wish to design and implement their own diversity mentoring programmes.
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Book Review …
“The editors – David Clutterbuck, Kirsten M. Poulsen & Frances Kochan – introduce the topic of Diversity with sensivity and awareness. They then bring together a comprehensive range of real case studies that provide a wonderful ressource of examples of Diversity mentoring programmes across a wide range of disability. This book is informed, insightful and inspiring and will be of immense use to the mentoring community.” – Dr. Elaine Cox, Director of Posgraduate Coaching and Mentoring Programmes at Oxford Brookes University, UK.