12.30, Wednesday 19 September 2018
The Royal Cambridge Hotel, Cambridge
Trumpington Street, CB2 1PY
This mentoring skills workshop is open to current and prospective mentees and mentors taking part in the Academy’s Mentoring programme.
Our Mentoring Masterclasses are an introduction to the Developmental Model of mentoring that we support, to help you get the most out of your mentoring relationship. They are participatory and focussed on developing techniques, learning best practice and discussing the opportunities and challenges of being in a mentoring relationship, as well as networking with other people in the programme.
As a result of this afternoon workshop, you will have a clear understanding of:
- The roles of mentor and mentee.
- How to establish and manage expectations.
- How to deal with potential challenges during a mentoring relationship.
- How to ask good questions and give and receive feedback.
- Unconscious bias and mentoring.
This event is now fully booked.
The Academy’s Mentoring programme is open to certain cohorts of post-doctoral researchers funded by HCRW, MRC and NIHR, as well as our Award Holders and grant applicants, you can find out more about eligibility here. Our mentor pool includes Academy Fellows, NIHR Senior Investigators and NIHR Research Professors.
If you are unsure whether you are eligible to attend a Masterclass, please contact us.
We are celebrating 15 Years of the Mentoring Programme in 2018 and this Masterclass will be followed by a drinks reception for mentees and mentors, from 17:00-18:30. Please register here if you are able to join us.