Do you like to be involved in the EAN mentorship Programme and think about becoming a mentor, or apply as a mentee?
As a mentor you will help to guide and strengthen the next generation of neurologists by supporting, on an individual basis, the development of a mentee’s clinical and scientific skills.
As a mentee in this programme, you have the chance to interact with an experienced professional in the field of neurology and ask for advice on specific projects or personal development.
The EAN Task force has developed the EAN Mentorship Programme with the profound expertise of Alexis Hutson and the Oxford Academy of Medical Sciences.
At the annual Congress, a regular face-to-face workshop will take place to conduct interactive discussion and groupwork.
Throughout the year, further virtual workshops will be organised.
Report from the Mentorship workshop at the Congress in Vienna 2022.
Alexis Hutson has been coaching and mentoring people for over 15 years and has been running her own independent coaching & mentoring practice since 2009. She works with people all over the UK and internationally and is an EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) member and a qualified Coach Mentor with the Oxford Coach Mentoring School.
Introduction to Developmental Mentoring
How do you know what great mentoring looks and feel like?
How do you manage the expectations of both people involved?
How do you ensure you get the most from your mentoring sessions?
Areas of Developmental Mentoring:
A review of the developmental model of mentoring and its benefits
Understanding the roles and responsibilities of the mentor and mentee
Top tips for planning for your first mentoring session
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