Responsible for developing the creative and/or independent research careers of their mentees. The scholarly mentor must have expertise in the mentee’s area of scholarship and help provide resources to support the mentees work. Scheduled meetings take place 1-2 times per month.
The career mentor is responsible for overall career guidance and support for their mentee. Often affiliated with a Faculty Mentoring Program, the career mentor should not serve as the scholarly mentor. Scheduled meetings take place at least 2-3 times per year.
This type of relationship will be the focus of our mentoring program.
Creating a professional research group and a culture of excellence
Role and expectations of a mentor
Understanding scientific fraud and misconduct
Voluntary 360 degree review
Objective: To discuss the responsibilities of a mentor. What should be the value gained from this experience for both the mentor and those being mentored. Examples from best and worst case mentoring situations. How to wean a mentee from both a style and project basis Objective: To understand individual differences, cultural diversity and techniques for assisting others to reach their potential. Objective: To provide participants with basic fundamental team-related conflict- management concepts and techniques. To help them better engage in difficult conversations and gain confidence in mediating interpersonal issues Objective: To provide participants with techniques for making effective hiring decisions, clarifying and communicating expectations; and instilling accountability for work ethics, procedures, results and behavior. Behavior-based interviewing techniques will be shared to address the three multiple interfaces for lab success. A performance management model will also be discussed. Prepare a plan of action and a response consistent with UCSF and GIVI policies and understand the need for a formal process.