Reprinted from the Association for Psychological Science
Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2023, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET (7:00 PM – 8:00 PM UTC)
What’s the best way to establish a productive mentoring relationship? Join this workshop to learn how to establish healthy mentoring relationships with crucial boundaries and outcomes from both mentee and mentor perspectives
Speakers: James Gross: Ernest R. Hilgard Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and a recipient of the APS Mentor Award from the Association for Psychological Science. His multiple teaching and mentoring awards indicate James’s dedication to mentorship and advancement of the field. Bria Gresham: A graduate student at University of Minnesota and the president of the APSSC Executive Board at APS. Her enthusiasm about doing service in the field highlights Bria’s understanding of the need for student voices in professional development contexts.
- Learning about the mentor-mentee relationship basics
- Understanding when and how to set expectations
- Finding ways to mutually agree on priorities
- Discovering the best approach when life intervenes
Participants are encouraged to submit questions before the webinar. A question form will be available during the registration process.
- Complimentary for APS members
- Complimentary for accredited media professionals*
*Members of the media are eligible for complimentary registration. Freelance journalists may be asked to provide three recently published clips or a letter from an editor from whom they work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
- $50 Professionals
- $20 Professionals from World Bank designated Low-Income Countries
- $10 Students
- Complimentary for Students from World Bank designated Low-Income Countries
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