May 24, 2017: The Art (and Science) of Outstanding Mentorship in Higher Education, featuring Dr. Brad Johnson - TLISI 2017
Watch Brad Johnson's plenary along with his slides (available in the video above)This practical keynote session drew directly on Dr. Johnson's and others' research on mentorship to share ways to develop high-impact mentoring relationships in higher education using evidence-based rules of engagement. Topics included techniques for forming effective mentorships, the interpersonal qualities and behavior strategies of highly-effective mentors and mentees, and key ethical obligations and considerations. There was a strong focus on using mentorships to nurture an inclusive, diverse campus. This session was dedicated to helping the Georgetown community think in an informed way about the key ingredients to a strong mentoring culture, including structures for increasing both the prevalence and efficacy of mentoring within the university.
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