Course Details

Mentoring Workshop for Mentees (Date: TBC)

Category:
Academic Mentoring and Coaching
Course rationale:
The purpose of Academic Mentoring is to support the professional growth of the individual who is in the early stage of their career and to promote excellence in teaching and learning, research and academic leadership.
Course aim:
This workshop aims to provide future mentees with the skills to develop and retain effective mentoring relationships. The training course will be participative and challenging.
For further information on the NUI Galway Academic Mentoring Scheme, please refer to: www.nuigalway.ie/staffdevelopment/Academic_Mentoring_Scheme/
Target group:
The mentoring programme at NUI Galway is open to all academic staff and all new academic recruits.
Academic staff interested in becoming mentees should consult with their College Dean, Head of School and the HR Office to support them through the process. A mentee is typically an early or mid career academic or a new recruit to NUI Galway.
All new mentees will be offered mentoring support and training prior to beginning a mentoring relationship.
Content:

  • NUI Galway Mentoring Scheme

  • Developing and maintaining the mentoring relationship

  • Ground rules and code of ethics

  • Mentee responsibilities

  • Communication, listening skills, giving and receiving feedback

  • Potential Challenges

  • Insights into motives and behaviours

Duration:
1 days
Time:
9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Organiser:
Organisation and Staff Development
Presenter(s):
Clutterbuck Associates
Venue:
TBC
Deadline:
6 days before


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