Mentoring resources for Faculty, Students, Post-Docs, and Staff at HMS/HSDM.
- Mentoring : new strategies and challenges
On-line library of mentoring articles.
- Making the most of being mentored : how to grow from a mentoring partnership
Gordon F. Shea is the author of 15 books and over two hundred articles on such subjects as: organizational development, leadership/management, communications, team building, and workforce development.
To explore how a mentoring relationship can be beneficial to the mentee, the mentor, and the organization
To discuss the responsibilities of mentees in managing their own personal development and career growth
To explain the skills needed to foster successful mentoring partnerships
To provide guidance on building and maintaining productive mentoring relationships
To identify techniques for maximizing results and using new skills to contribute to the success of the organization
- A handbook for women mentors : transcending barriers of stereotype, race, and ethnicity
Mentoring is the helping hand of an expert in some enterprise, usually one
who has had experience in some fi eld or activity for quite some time, off ered
to a less knowledgeable or experienced individual. The many functions
of a mentor include being a person who guides, teaches, coaches, advises,
sponsors, counsels, challenges, accepts, confi rms, serves as a role model for,
protects, and exposes a protégé or mentee to other helpful individuals,
o en also enabling her to be part of a network and to navigate the system
of academe, career, job, or any other endeavor. The contributors to this
book have all been fortunate enough to have had mentors at one time in their
lives, and they have, in turn, provided mentoring to others to help them
along their paths in life. Mentoring has held a very vital and viable place in
their lives, professions, and careers.
- Adviser, teacher, role model, friend : on being a mentor to students in science and engineering
This guide—intended for faculty members, teachers, administrators, and others who advise and mentor students of science and engineering—attempts to summarize features that are common to successful mentoring relationships. Its goal is to encourage mentoring habits that are in the best interests of both parties to the relationship. While this guide is meant for mentoring students in science and engineering the majority of it is widely applicable to mentoring in any field.
- Joint Committee on the Status of Women
The JCSW: a standing committee of the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, established in 1973, representing a constituency of women and men faculty, fellows, residents, post docs, students, and staff of both Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine, as well as the faculty of affiliated hospitals and institutions.
The Mission: to facilitate and enhance the contribution of women faculty and staff at HMS and HSDM by expanding and enhancing opportunities for leadership and advancement. This is achieved through identifying and documenting obstacles, then developing educational programs, networking events, and recommendations to the Dean's Office to address areas for improvement.
- Harvard Medical School: Office for Faculty Affairs
The mission of the HMS Office for Faculty Affairs is to support the recruitment, retention, academic advancement and career satisfaction of our diverse faculty through education, service, communication, and timely recognition of scholarly achievement.
- Peerless Inspiration: Peer mentoring groups provide support and ideas
Peer mentoring resources for HMS quadrangle junior faculty.
- Children's Hospital 2013-2014 Guidelines for Mentors and Junior Faculty
The Office of Faculty Development at Children’s Hospital announced 2013-2014 Guidelines for Mentors and Junior Faculty, including content on Dr. Joanne Kamens’ Joint Committee on the Status of Women presentation (see Appendix 2 Structured Peer Mentoring) at Harvard Medical School, and checklists for Researchers, Clinicians and Medical Educators.
Guidelines for Mentors
Guidelines for Junior Faculty
- HMS Office for Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Partnership: 2011-2012 EXCELLENCE IN MENTORING AWARDS CEREMONY
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:00-5:30pm
Reception to Follow
Carl Walter Amphitheater
Daniel C. Tosteson Medical Education Center
Harvard Medical School
260 Longwood Avenue, Boston
RSVP to email@example.com or 617-432-1037
- 2012 CHADD Mentoring Course
The annual CHADD Mentoring Course is sponsored by CHADD (the Consortium of Harvard Affiliated Offices for Faculty Development and Diversity) and the Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center (Harvard Catalyst). Facilitated by faculty across HMS-affiliated institutions, the Program covers the spectrum of skill sets and resources as well as strategies for specific challenges.
- Strategies That Work for Successful Mentoring: A Faculty Development Course for Mentors
Includes links to presentations from the 11/18/2011 Strategies That Work for Successful Mentoring Cours:
- Making Connections: An Evening of Networking and Celebrating Mentors
Tuesday, May 15th 2012
5:00-6:30 pm, Countway Library
Hosted by Dean Nancy Tarbell
Co-sponsored by the Archives for Women in Medicine, the Office of Student Affairs, and the HMS American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA)
Highlighting the importance of networks, mentors, and communities of support, the event will begin with brief remarks about two remarkable HMS role models and mentors, Elizabeth Hay and Lynne Reid. In addition to Dean Tarbell, Michael Gimbrone, Chairman of the Department of Pathology (BWH), Joan Brugge, Chair of the Department of Cell Biology (HMS), and Rosemary Jones, Associate Professor of Pathology (HMS), will speak briefly to the contributions and personal impact of these HMS women leaders.