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Case: Leadership and Environmental Changes

Key Phrases: Intergenerational Mentoring Establishing Work/Family Boundaries Evaluating Work Ethic With the retirement of a long‐standing division chief of a small division in your department, Robert, a clinically accomplished clinician who graduated from his residency 6 years ago and was … Continue reading

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Cases: Mentoring Across Differences

Several cases are available to cover the multitude of situations included in mentoring across differences. Cross-racial and Cultural Differences Common Interests, Uncommon Experiences More of Everything: Mentoring around Identity Assumptions Isolation in the Lab Gender Differences Assumptions in Mentoring Faculty with … Continue reading

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Case: Generational Sensitivity in Leadership Transitions

Key Phrases: Generational Sensitivity Leadership Transitions Succession Planning Work/Family Boundaries Evaluating Work Ethic Mark’s Perspective Mark is a 40-year-old general surgeon who has served as the Assistant Residency Program Director for the past three years. He is an active clinician … Continue reading

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Case: Assumptions in Mentoring Faculty with Family Responsibilities

Key Phrases: Unconscious Bias Commitment Abilities Challenges of Parenting in the Workplace Perspective Differences Sandra’s Perspective Jeff, a division chief viewed as a mentor by Sandra, an assistant professor, was seeking a new director for one of the division’s subspecialty … Continue reading

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