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Case: Mentoring Leadership in Your Career

Key Phrases: Advocating for your mentee Encouraging  mentee independence Authorship expectations in a mentoring relationship Lisa is a productive Assistant Professor in your department. Her technical/research mentor is Charles, a departmental professor and senior investigator who has a large and … Continue reading

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Mentoring and Your Career:
Readings and Articles

Chandler DE, Kram, KE. Enlisting Others in Your Development as a Leader. In: Self‐management and leadership development. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc; 2010: 336‐361. This is an excellent article highlighting the role of relationships both in enhancing a person’s … Continue reading

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Mentoring and Your Career:
Learning Pearls for Mentors and Mentees

Creating Developmental Networks The Developmental Mentoring Network is a framework for career development and mentoring that has evolved from traditional conceptualizations of hierarchical, dyadic, intra‐organizational mentoring relationships to a contemporary perspective of multilevel, multiple, networked relationships that are intra‐ and … Continue reading

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Learning Pearls for Mentors and Mentees