Associate Professor of Coaching & Mentoring
Sheffield Hallam University
The evolution of mentoring: nurturing growth and success
Unleashing the power of mentoring: reverse and reciprocal mentoring
Embracing change: reverse and reciprocal mentoring in the modern workplace
Dr Paul Stokes is Associate Professor of Coaching and Mentoring at Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University, in the UK. He is accredited at Master Practitioner level with EMCC Global and an experienced consultant, researcher, coach, mentor and coach-supervisor.
He has published many book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles on coaching and mentoring and has also co-written two best-selling texts on coaching and mentoring–Mentoring in Action (together with Professor David Clutterbuck, Bob Garvey and David Megginson) and Coaching and Mentoring Theory and Practice (together with Professor Bob Garvey). He has just published a edited text on Reciprocal Mentoring together with Drs Julie Haddock-Millar & Nora Dominguez with Routledge.
In 2002, he co-founded one of the first Masters programmes in Coaching and Mentoring in the UK which is accredited at Master Practitioner level by EMCC Global.