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Supporting enthusiasm for career management through coralling, coaching and hindrance minimisation

Management educators work in an environment which requires attention to a diverse range of stakeholders and deadlines linked to teaching delivery, assessment schedules, feedback, student queries, administration and recruitment. Time management and prioritisation of operational tasks leaves minimal scope for attending to personal career progression. A culture where hindrances, many being requests to undertake additional duties, detract from enthusiasm to participate in personal development. The literature which can be drawn upon to support development is diverse and the discussion proposes the identification of a personal space and peer coaching to address the questions of enthusiasm and careers for management educators.

Jan Green
Glyndwr University
United Kingdom


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