Length: 5-7 pages double spaced, 1-inch margins, Arial font, and in APA 7th ed. References and title
page are not included in paper length.
Required Scholarly Sources: 5
Using scholarly works to inform and support your decision, write a white paper proposing either a
mentoring or coaching intervention to an organizations leader (e.g., president, CEO, vice president,
etc.). Include the following in your proposal.
Statement of the Problem/Issue Addressed. Clearly articulate the problem that the coaching
OR mentoring intervention is addressing. Provide relevant data to articulate the problem (this
data can be fictional if you do not have access to actual data in an organization). (10 pts)
Invention to Address the Problem/Issue. Mentoring or Coaching. Select one, you may not use
both. You may combine different types of coaching or mentoring. (10 pts)
Description of the Intervention. Define the intervention selected (this definition will be
adopted and used throughout the organization; therefore, select a definition that will be
acceptable to the organization). Describe how the intervention will work and identify what
human resources are needed (e.g., rolesmentors or coaches, etc.). Identify the type of
mentoring or coaching recommended and describe it. Provide examples of the selected
interventions success, as well as individual and organizational benefits when this type of
intervention is used in organizations. (30 pts)
Expected Outcomes and Measures of Success. Identify the expected outcomes of the
intervention and provide three measures of success for the intervention. (15 pts)
Reference Page and Works Cited in Text. Properly cite sources throughout the document and
include a reference page at the end of the white paper. (10 pts)
Stanier, M. (2016). The coaching habit: Say less, ask more & change the way you lead
forever. Toronto, Canada: Box of Crayons Press.
Whitmore, J. (2017). Coaching for performance: The principles and practices of coaching
and leadership (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Nicholas Brealey Publishing.