Weill Cornell CTSC with the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity Present Course on Being an Effective Mentor

THE WEILL CORNELL CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER WITH THE OFFICE OF FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY

Present

OPTIMIZING THE PRACTICE OF MENTORING: How to be An Effective Mentor

This workshop’s objective is to prepare junior and senior faculty to be effective research mentors through presentations by experts in the field of Faculty Mentoring. Mentors and mentees at all different professional levels are welcome to attend. Content will cover:

  • Mentoring Models
  • Mentor Roles and Responsibilities
  • Structure and Dynamics of the Mentoring Relationship
  • Strategies for Facilitating and Addressing Challenges to the Mentoring Process

The 2-day format of lectures and small-group facilitated discussions will engage learners through presentations and interactive activities. The presenters will also introduce attendees to a free online curriculum for mentor training that is designed to improve users’ mentoring knowledge and skills, while encouraging reflection about one’s mentoring behaviors and providing tools to support the mentoring process.

 

Wednesday, November 12 and Thursday November 13, 2014
1300 York Avenue, The Griffis Faculty Club

Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Faculty Mentoring,
Medical School, University of Minnesota

and

Esam El-Fakahany, PhD
Professor of Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology
Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies
College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota

 

Please RSVP by November 10, 2014
To RSVP please visit
http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/training_and_education/optimizing_practice_mentoring_05_2014.html

 

Workshop Schedule

Wednesday, November 12

Day 1 sessions are designed for both mentors and mentees audiences

1300 York Avenue, The Griffis Faculty Club
9:00am: Registration and Breakfast
9:15am-12:30pm: Introduction to Mentoring Best Practices
12:30-1:30pm: Lunch
1:30-3:30pm: Mentoring Maladies: A case-based presentation that will discuss recognizing and overcoming challenges in your mentoring relationships.

 

Thursday, November 13

Day 2 sessions are designed for mentors only

1300 York Avenue, The Griffis Faculty Club
9:00am: Breakfast
9:15am-12:30pm: Competency-Based Mentor Training (small group sessions)
Competencies covered may include:

  • Effective Communication
  • Aligning Expectations
  • Equity and Inclusion
  • Fostering Independence

12:30-1:30pm: Lunch
1:30-3:30pm: Continuation of Competency-Based Mentor Training (small group sessions)

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