Our Interview With Jerry WillburRead More
Here is our interview with Jerry Willbur that originally appeared in the July issue of Mentoring & Coaching Monthly. Jerry Willbur will be holding a Plenary Session as well as a Pre-Conference Workshop at the 2014 Mentoring Conference at UNM.Dr. Willbur holds a Doctorate in Human Resource Development and has over twenty years of senior executive experience in organizational effectiveness, operations, sales, business training, human resources and strategic planning. He is currently Director Vice President Emeritus for the IMA and head of The Leadership Mentoring Institute. Over the years Dr. Willbur has written three books on leadership and mentoring published by major universities and several articles published in ASTD Journal, Dental Economics, and several mentoring publications.
Interview With 2014 Conference Speaker Dr. Ann RolfeRead More
This interview originally appeared in our August issue of Mentoring & Coaching Monthly.Dr. Ann Rolfe has thirty years experience in learning and development and a background in career counseling, and is Australia’s most published author on mentoring. For two decades, she has specialized in mentoring, setting up programs and training people in fields as diverse as health, construction, energy, communications, education, law and government. Internationally respected as a trainer, consultant and presenter, her training programs and resources are used in many countries to develop and support mentoring. Ann Rolfe’s contributions to mentoring have been recognized with the 2011 LearnX Asia Pacific Platinum Award for Best Coaching/Mentoring Training Program and in 2013
Interview With Dr. Bob GarveyRead More
Here's our interview with 2014 Mentoring Conference Speaker Dr. Bob Garvey. (This interview originally appeared in the October 2014 issue of Mentoring & Coaching Monthly)Bob Garvey is Professor of Business Education at York St. John Business School. He is one of Europe’s leading academic practitioners of mentoring and coaching, and an experienced mentor/coach. He works with a range of people from all business sectors including the voluntary sector, the arts, the health sector, as well as, small businesses and large corporations. Bob subscribes to the ‘repertoire’ approach of coaching and mentoring. Bob is a lively and engaging international conference speaker. Recent examples are EMCC Research Conference in Dublin, APEGA in Canada, the ICF in Lithuania and Latvia, and the African Management Forum, in Sudan. He has published extensively. His bestselling practitioner book, The Mentoring Pocket Book is now in its 3rd edition. His most recent work is in the Major Work Series for Sage titled “The Fundamentals of Coaching and Mentoring.” This is a reference collection of 130 papers in 6 volumes with a substantial editor’s introduction. Currently he is working on a new text for Sage with professors David Gray and David Lane on coaching and mentoring in social contexts.