Speed Mentoring Groups GROUP 1
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GROUP 5 GROUP 9 Mentors Mentees Mentors Mentees Mentors Mentees Friedland Allen Brinn Andy Robbins Brett Donnelly John Kuo Alice Eyssallenne Antonia Gonzaga Alda Maria Verrico Ivelisse ID: 999492 Download Presentation

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1. Speed Mentoring GroupsGROUP 1 GROUP 5GROUP 9MentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesFriedlandAllenBrinnAndyRobbinsBrettDonnellyJohnKuoAliceEyssallenneAntoniaGonzagaAlda MariaVerricoIvelisseWoodsSuzanneHundleyOlivetteBrownStefanie R.SonejiMaulinHartigJason RobertEmersonAbigailDjuricichAlexNagleHenrylobettyAgrawalAnoopMcDonaldMorganHossainShabbirLindstromJenniferStewartJohnMaxwellMarilyn A.HataSusanMcLaughlinSuzanneStewartRosalynWanLoriZiaStephanieRossi-FoulkesRita M.MieczkowskiAlexandraGROUP 2 GROUP 6 GROUP 10MentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesMonaghanColleenVeldhouseJoeltalwalkarjaideepAbelesJenniferLambSara M.LugoLisetteMuellerCaroline V.CrossleyNancyAronicaMichaelHollandDonnaSharmaNirajWongKristinOzarkGregory J.MagliolaRonaldAylwardMichaelStrausbaughStevenAyersEric W.FriedelDavidSolomonidesJohnMcBee-OrzulakFrancisFeldmanLeonardWardropRichard  o'keefesiobhanThibodeauPatriceMoiniBabakKolarikRussWretzelSharon    GROUP 3 GROUP 7GROUP 11MentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesTrinhJaneNgHenrymoutsiossandraBealLaurenThompsonNataschaHanksJessicaVan DeusenReedNultyGregHabichtRobert J.LynchTeresaStewartJimmyFeblesArelisBurkeAmyShubeckStaceyBordenSamuelReirdenDanielCiccarelliMaryMcEnteeJenniferDonnellyMichaelSrivastavaPavanDoolittleBenjaminAlexanderAlice    SachdevNamitaStewartDouglasPerzyHollyGardnerSara    GROUP 4 GROUP 8 MentorsMenteesMentorsMenteesKellyBrendanCaryCurtisSweeneyChristopher L.WorkmanLauraLeeSonnyCineasSybilSwitzerRichard ARobinsonVincentTothHeatherClaryKevinStewartRosalynDennarPrincessWilliamsRonaldDerhammerNathanParkerJenniferGalvezEvangelineLukelaMichaelDiamond-FalkKathrynHollidayScott A.WalshJennifer

2. Speed Mentoring: Med-Peds Style

3. BackgroundIt Isn’t Easy Being GreenIsolated from each otherFewer local mentorsFewer opportunities to collaborate with other Med-Peds educators

4. In The Past MPPDA meeting is a great place to interface with othersEspecially socially!However, no formal way Seek mentorship in a structured fashionDiscuss career planning and advancementPlan collaborations around scholarly projects

5. Welcome To The Age Of Speed Mentoring!!

6. Our Global Aim For TodayTo provide a formal networking process for MPPDA members for discussion around clinical, leadership and scholarly activities

7. What You Will Gain!Expanded (formalized) national network of Med-Peds colleaguesIncreased exposure that will allow for potential mentorship opportunities Senior and peer mentorsAn opportunity to discuss the innovative and scholarly work you do This is why we sent around the CVs!!Chance to engage others for educational projects and research in the future

8. The Basics of Speed MentoringSplit into groups of 10 (or less)Each group has five mentoring dyads½ mentors (>7 years)½ menteesEach mentee will have a chance to talk with each mentorWe tried to arrange by interest

9. Agenda Think “Speed Dating”75 minute sessionIntro – 10 minutesMentoring sessions – 10 minutes/session (5 sessions)Movement time – 2 minutesWrap-up/Next steps – 5 minutesAlarm will sound when time to switch

10. Rules Of EngagementMentees moveMentors remain in the same seatWhen the bell/announcer sounds you MUST MOVEWatch your voice levelMentees should start conversationWhat would you like advice on?What do you need help with?

11. DisclaimerMentoring takes more than 10 minutes. . . Today is just the tip of the ice berg!!

12. Be ProactiveShare business cards or emailsIf you find someone you “click” withFind them at the dinner tonightArrange a follow-up callDon’t be shy! MPPDA folks love to help!!

13. Timer Linkhttp://www.timeanddate.com/timer/

14. Wrap-upGood mentoring requires investmentCommitted mentors and menteesRegular communicationMentees need to take an active roleNot all mentoring relationship are verticalPeer mentoring is POWERFUL

15. Potential Next StepsSchedule a phone call with an individualAn entire group could also schedule a callMake sure there is an “agenda” to the callEstablish freedom to email with questionsContinue conversations during the cruise tonight

16. Bon Voyage!!