Anne Brockbank

Anne Brockbank
City, University of London · Centre for New Technologies, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CENTIVE)

B.Sc (Hons) M.A. (Econ) Ph.D

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Introduction
Anne Brockbank is a visiting professor at City, University of London and London Metropolitan University.. Anne does research in Adult learning and development. Her most recent publication is 'Coaching with Empathy'.
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Publications (26)
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The paper offers a typology of coaching based on social learning theory, giving four approaches: functionalist, engagement, revolutionary and evolutionary. Each approach adopts a view of reality, which is either subjective or objective, and each approach seeks a learning outcome that is typified by transformation or equilibrium. A range of coaching...
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Explanations of women’s poor representation in senior management usually emphasize differences between women and men managers’ experiences, circumstances and aspirations, and the gendered character of organizational structures and processes. Whilst these may all disadvantage women, some writers have suggested recently that women managers may differ...
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Este libro contribuye a que el profesorado de enseñanza superior y universitaria comprenda en qué consiste el diálogo y la actividad reflexiva, desarrollando sus capacidades para facilitar el aprendizaje, en vez de enseñar recurriendo a modelos que dificultan los procesos de enseñanza y no sirven para ilusionar ni comprometer al alumnado con el est...
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This article presents a case study of mentoring relations in a National Health Service Trust hospital. The hospital was undergoing a programme of change, which included a considerable investment in management development, supported by a mentoring programme. The research presented here included observations, interviews and research-focused discussio...
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Explanations of women's poor representation in senior management usually emphasize differences between women and men managers' experiences, circumstances and aspirations, and the gendered character of organizational structures and processes. Whilst these may all disadvantage women, some writers have suggested recently that women managers may differ...
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This paper reports on the aspirations, ambitions and careers of women managers in retailing. Questionnaires were distributed to women managers awaiting promotion to senior positions, and interviews were carried out with women store managers and also head office personnel managers. Findings reveal that women are recruited to retail management progra...
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This chapter outlines the structure and culture of the retail industry and describes the position of women within retail organisations. We report the experiences of some women managers, their attitudes and choices and their struggles to achieve seniority in a ‘masculine’ culture. The attitudes of retail employers to equal opportunities are assessed...
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Women in UK retail management are well represented at the recruitment stage and at middle-management level, but in spite of the provision of equal opportunities policies, are not well represented at senior levels (the so-called “glass ceiling” effect). Reports recent research findings about the experience of female managers in the UK retail industr...
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Reports the findings of a combined survey of 16 large retailers, using a postal questionnaire and personal interviews. Researchers sought information regarding the proportion of women holding senior management positions and the approach and attitude of retail companies to the advancement of women. Results reveal no shortage of goodwill towards the...
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Reports the findings of a combined survey of 42 mixed retailers, using a postal questionnaire and personal interviews solicited from 16 companies. Researchers sought information regarding the numbers of women holding senior management positions in the responding retailers and the approach and attitude of retail companies to the advancement of women...
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Traducción de: Facilitating Reflective Learning in Higher Education Obra en que se plantean estrategias para promover el aprendizaje real, significativo y crítico entre los estudiantes de educación superior y universitaria, a través del diálogo y una actitud reflexiva que faciliten los proceso de enseñanza y de aprendizaje.
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Traducción de: Facilitating reflective learning in higher education Incluye bibliografía e índice

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