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Lynn ShollenFollow

Presentation Theme

Working with Faculty and Administration

Presentation Type

Interactive Workshop (105 minute solution-based workshop)

Abstract

Mentoring is a powerful strategy for facilitating faculty and department success. Participants will engage in multiple case study analyses in teams, individual reflection followed by group processing, and interactive discussions and activities to dig into challenges that faculty encounter at different career stages and strategies Chairs can leverage to mentor those faculty, as well as disengaged or disgruntled faculty.

Keywords

Mentoring, faculty development, faculty relationships, career success

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Mentoring Faculty as Department Chair

Mentoring is a powerful strategy for facilitating faculty and department success. Participants will engage in multiple case study analyses in teams, individual reflection followed by group processing, and interactive discussions and activities to dig into challenges that faculty encounter at different career stages and strategies Chairs can leverage to mentor those faculty, as well as disengaged or disgruntled faculty.