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Seeking Professional Services/FOS Mentors

Building on last years growth in the University's mentoring scheme, over the summer we have seen an increase in Professional Services/FOS staff seeking a mentor to provide support with career management and skill development. In order that we can keep up with demand in this area, we are currently seeking Level 5 and 6 Professional Services/FOS staff to work with us as mentors. For more information about being a mentor, please visit: Continue reading →

Will getting a mentor boost your career? #vitaehangout

  Watch a recording of the full #vitaehangout here Panellists discuss: What are the purposes and benefits of mentoring and coaching? What are the different types of mentoring and coaching relationship? How to manage the mentoring life cycle; from starting and maintaining to ending mentoring relationships How can you take advantage of mentoring and coaching to support your professional and career development? Where and how can you find a mentor or coach? Panellists... Continue reading →

Call for: Springboard and Research Staff Mentors

Due to a recent upturn in the number of senior mentees joining the University scheme (which is great!), we are currently seeking two professors to act as mentors in the areas of career development for senior research staff and  two senior Springboard mentors. Full training is provided for new mentors. To discuss further, please contact Pam Morgan Continue reading →