January is National Mentoring Month!
Join us for a series of events during January 2017
promoting faculty mentoring at UCSF
Wednesday, January 11, 3:00-4:30 pm, Mission Bay Byers Hall, BH 215
A Goal Without a Plan is a Just a Wish: Why and How to Align Mentoring Goals and Expectations
Mentoring relationships are often hampered by poor alignment of goals and expectations between mentor and mentee. This session, aimed at both mentors and mentees, is designed to help you identify when a mentoring relationship could benefit from improved alignment of expectations. llearn about specific and practical tools for improving the productivity of your mentoring relationships through structured goal-setting processes. By the end of this session you will be able to:
- Indicate what is meant by alignment in the mentoring relationship, and why it matters.
- Use a simple Individual Development Plan (IDP) to make your mentoring relationships more productive.
- Use an IDP to structure your mentoring conversations and to ensure accountability on both sides of the mentoring relationship
Presenters: Mitch Feldman, MD MPhil; Bill Lindstaedt, MD
Tuesday January 17, 12:00 -1:00 pm, Parnassus, CL 220/223
Moving up at UCSF: A discussion on Advancement and Promotion
Gain knowledge about the similarities and differences among the faculty series’ at UCSF, the criteria for moving through the faculty ranks, and how to succeed at UCSF in all series and ranks.
Participants are encouraged to review fundamental information about advancement prior to the session at tiny.ucsf/advancement and come prepared with questions about faculty advancement and/or suggestions for ways that the advancement process could be improved or clarified.
Skill-Building, Career Advancement and Satisfaction for Clinical Faculty: The Value of Mentoring.
All faculty members must identify their professional goals in the context of thoughtful mentoring to achieve successful and satisfying careers. Clinical faculty in particular can greatly benefit from identifying robust mentoring relationships to help them find their professional path.
This session will include two main activities:
- Conversations with experienced faculty mentors on how they achieved their career goals; and
- Skill building built around case examples to help participants identify and develop their own team of mentors. The session is open to all faculty from all schools, though will focus on the issues faced by clinical faculty.
Presenters: Lee Atkinson-McEvoy, MD; Erica Brode, MD; Mitch Feldman, MD, MPhil; Erica Monasterio, MN, FNP; Bill Shore, MD; Rajni Rao, MD
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