Staff supporting researchers masterclass - coaching and mentoring 201019 October 2010
Workshop outline (10am - 4pm)
By the end of the masterclass participants will have:
- explored success factors for coaching and mentoring
- considered how to set up and nurture a successful mentoring programme. This will include an introduction to the mentoring scheme set up at the University of Newcastle: What worked, what hasn't worked so well, what would they have done differently?
- identified tools for success in coaching and mentoring
- explored coaching and mentoring: what's the difference?
- set up an action plan and individual commitments
To attend this event, please complete the Booking form.
- Staff supporting researchers development
- Jonathan Roberts
Newcastle. Details to follow by email.
This masterclass is free to attend and is available for staff supporting researchers.
This masterclass will be led by Jeremy Mead and Ann Rooke.
Dr Jeremy Mead is a highly successful coach who works with teams and individuals in organisations throughout the world. Jeremy has over 20 years experience as a senior manager in operational and strategic leadership of small and large businesses. Jeremy has previously been a Director on the national GRADschools programme and developed, with Vitae, a collaborative career planning programme which was run at Bristol University in 2007.
Ann Rooke is the Research Staff Development Manager at Newcastle University. Ann joined Newcastle University in 1989 as a cartographer, working with academics to support a variety of research projects. She made a career move into staff development in 2000 and works with a team who deliver training and development opportunities to help research staff excel in their research and to facilitate their personal and professional growth. She has a particular interest in using mentoring as an powerful personal development and empowerment tool and launched a successful mentoring programme at Newcastle in 2004.
For further information and booking details, please visit the events section.
For more information please contact Jonathan Roberts