The mentoring relationship

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As each mentoring relationship is considered unique there are no prescriptive guidelines.

It is suggested, however,

  • That the Mentee provides the Mentor with his/her up-to-date curriculum vitae.
  • To agree upon a personal meeting to discuss career goals and possible mechanisms for achieving these goals.
  • To hold a minimum of two meetings (personal or conducted by Skype etc.)

Other Terms and conditions

The agreement should be signed and dated by the Mentor and the Mentee and a copy provided to the Organizing Committee.

  • The usual duration of the mentoring relationship is one year from the agreement’s date of signature.
  • After this period the agreement can be:
    • extended for a defined or open period of time when Mentor and Mentee mutually agree.
    • ended when the aims of the mentoring have been completed.

Confidentiality

Advice and discussions held between the Mentor and Mentee must be kept confidential and not disclosed to any third party, unless mutually agreed by the Mentor and Mentee.

Any advice, comments, suggestions, opinions or information (in either individual or combined occurrence) imparted (verbally, in written or electronic correspondence, or by a combination of these) during and in the framework of the academic mentoring network and its entailing programs are so done with the best intentions and according to the best knowledge of the Mentor or Mentors involved. Whilst every care is taken to deliver accurate and complete advice, comments, suggestions, opinions or information (in either individual or combined occurrence), no liability whatsoever attaches to the Mentor or Mentors nor to the Organizing Committee in any way as a result of giving that advice.

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