Are you a mentor? A mentee? Do you find yourself formally or informally mentoring staff or faculty? Are you ready to explore mentoring competencies that can be utilized across the work of research development (RD)? This interactive webinar series covers the 9-module Entering Mentoring curriculum, initially developed for mentoring researchers and tailored for RD professionals. A recent webinar series attendee commented: “EXCELLENT training! The ideas presented are very applicable both to mentoring both within the research development profession and elsewhere in the research enterprise – the things I have learned and practiced in this course are incredibly valuable to me as I provide mentoring to faculty, particularly early stage investigators and junior faculty, in the area of grantsmanship.”
Using evidence-based strategies, participants will build upon competencies crucial to the success of the mentoring relationship and expand mentor training across the research enterprise. Participants who complete the entire curriculum will receive a certificate of completion. The curriculum results from an association between the NORDP Mentoring Committee and the University of Wisconsin Center for Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) in collaboration with the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN), organizations involved in developing and validating the original curriculum. RD professionals at all levels of mentoring will explore how mentoring (shown to improve career outcomes, impact employee engagement and retention, and lead to more inclusive work environments) can benefit mentors and mentees in RD.
This webinar series will be presented and facilitated by the NORDP Mentoring Committee. There are four certified CIMER Trained Facilitators, and two Trained Facilitators on the Mentoring Committee.
Webinar Schedule: Two sessions are scheduled each week: Interactive Workshop Sessions will be held on 5 Wednesdays (May 26 – June 23, 2021; 2 – 4 pm (2-hours) EST/11 am – 1 pm PST) with an application and reflection session on Fridays (May 28 – June 25, 2021; 2 – 3 pm (1-hour) EST/11 am – Noon PST).
Register TODAY for the webinar series (30 participant limit): https://nordp.memberclicks.net/spmtc
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