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Coaching, Mentoring and Counseling

This guide from the State Library of Florida highlights our resources on coaching, counseling and mentoring. Our collection includes books, journal articles and more. 

State employees with a State Library card can access e-books, online journals and other resources for free. 

We can also deliver books and research articles directly to your office.  

Links within the bibliographies take you to information in our catalog or to more information on external sites.



  • Birchfield, Reg. “The Rise and Rise of Coaching and Mentoring.” NZ Business 28.9 (2014): 32-33. 
  • Brown, Marshall, and Cherie Rusnak. “The Power of Coaching: Coaching Has Become One of the Leading Resources That Individuals Use to Move Their Careers and Personal Lives Forward.” Public Manager 39.4 (2010): 15-17. 
  • Corner, Judy. “Tech-Infused Mentoring.” T+D 66.6 (2012): 50–53. 
  • Darby, James J., Christine Marciano, and Andrew J. Hoskins. “Strategies for Success.” Training 53.4 (2016): 56–59. 
  • Dunlap, Mary. “How to Have Tough Conversations With Employees.” Journal of Financial Planning (2012): 28–29. 
  • Emelo, Randy. “Mentoring: Bridging the Competency Divide.” Chief Learning Officer 11.8 (2012): 26–28, 62. 
  • Frost, John. “In-House Coaching and Mentoring: John Frost Examines the Pros and Cons of Turning Managers Into Coaches.” Training Journal, Aug. 2007, pp. 52-55. 
  • Hallak, Daniel. “Coaching People to Change, One Step at a Time: Each of the Five Stages of Personal Change Requires a Different Coaching Approach.” TD Magazine 69.3 (2015): 72–23. 
  • Marton, Keith, and Karl Pister. “Coaching: A Useful Approach to Disruptive Behavior.” Physician Leadership Journal, Jan.-Feb. 2016, pp. 55-57. 
  • Meister, Jeanne C., and Karie Willyerd. “Mentoring Millennials.” Harvard Business Review 88.5 (2010): 68–72.



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