Manager, Mentor Parent
How to Develop Successful Relationships at Work and at Home
Have you had trouble talking to an employee who isnt doing
what you expect or coping with a child who misbehaves? Managers
and parents can now use mentoring skills to encourage appropriate
behavior and develop meaningful relationships with their employees
and children. In their new book, Mentor Manager, Mentor Parent:
How to Develop Responsible People and Build Successful Relationships
at Work and at Home, co-authors Linda Culp Dowling and Cecile
Culp Mielenz describe their unique perspective of mentoring.
on our experiences, we created a model of strategies and skills
designed to help our clients develop mentoring relationships rather
than those based on control. Mentor Manager, Mentor Parent
teaches managers and parents how to apply these proven techniques
at work and at home, wrote Dowling and Mielenz.
In the book,
Dowling and Mielenz provide their readers with a step-by-step practical
approach to mentoring that combines successful management methods
with down-to-earth parenting practices. This thoughtful and insightful
guide teaches how to build respectful, collaborative relationships
at work and at home.
Dowling is a management trainer and coach. She is President of Communication
Concepts Consulting, Inc., a training and development firm serving
clients in business, education, government and healthcare. Cecile
Culp Mielenz is a child development consultant who teaches parent
education for Shoreline Community College and presents seminars
for the Bureau of Education and Research. She also maintains a specialized
counseling practice dedicated to parenting. For more information
on Mentor Manager, Mentor Parent: How to Develop Responsible
People and Build Successful Relationships at Work and at Home,
please contact us at 888-606-7130.