Developing Future Black Minority, Ethnic (BME) Leader’s Self-Efficacy through Mentoring and Coaching: A research working paper
Oberholzer, L. 2019. Developing Future Black Minority, Ethnic (BME) Leader’s Self-Efficacy through Mentoring and Coaching: A research working paper. Leeds Beckett University.
The aim of the study is to explore how aspirational BME Leaders can be supported to develop self-efficacy and confidence to progress to leadership roles. The study will map out how mentors and coaches for aspirational leaders were developed and how they engaged with their mentees over a three week period, and what the impact was of their mentoring support. The study makes use of qualitative research methods to evaluate how the initial training of mentors, and the further engagement with mentees helped develop mentees’ self-efficacy and confidence. The study will focus on the mentee’s perspective and experiences more specifically. In addition, the study will explore what the impact of the three week mentor support was on the participants.
|Publisher||Leeds Beckett University|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/-/media/files/schools/school-of-education/collectived-issue-9-oct-2019-final.pdf?la=en|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||05 Dec 2019|
|Copyright holder||© 2019 Leeds Beckett University|
|Journal||CollectivED Working Papers|
|Journal citation||9, pp. 34-39|
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