DEFINING, DEVELOPING AND STRENGTHENING MENTORING FOR JUNIOR STAFF: A WORKSHOP FOR MENTORS AND MENTEES. presented by Prof. Wendy C. Crone University of Wisconsin -Madison. Workshop Agenda:.
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presented by Prof. Wendy C. CroneUniversity of Wisconsin -Madison
MENTOR EXPECTATIONS:WHAT ROLES DO YOU ENVISION TAKING ON IN A MENTORING RELATIONSHIP?(ACTIVITY 3: INDEPENDENT EXERCISE)
Research shows that those who mentor gain from “contributing to something beyond themselves”* and I would argue that they also develop a broader vision of their institution and field through the perspective of their mentee as well as a reinvigorated enthusiasm for their own work.*[Nakamura and Shernoff, Good Mentoring: Fostering Excellent Practice in Higher Education, 2009]
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The traditional mentor-mentee dyad model is what we first think of when we hear the term mentoring, but we really should think more broadly.