Mentoring and Developing a Mentoring Program

This new, original web cast has not been presented elsewhere and was developed by Peggy Mann for people in all areas of clinical chemistry interested in becoming a mentor, learning more about mentoring, or developing their own mentoring programs.

The Program

This lecture was developed as a resource for those interested in learning more about mentoring and mentoring programs. Whether you are looking to start a new mentoring program or strengthen a program you are already managing, Peggy Mann provides you with a number of resources and tips for being a good mentor and running a strong mentoring program.

Mentoring and Developing a Mentoring Program

Peggy MannPeggy Mann
POCC/Lab/Facility Coordinator
University of Texas Medical Branch
Texas City, TX


Click here for a transcript of this lecture and additional resources including a sample contract, questionnaires, and an ice breaker exercise (links to PDF of transcript and resources). 1 hour of ACCENT credit is available for completion of this activity. Peggy Mann has no conflicts of interest or disclosures for participating.

Learning Objectives

After participating in this program, participants should be able to:

  • List qualities of a good mentor and mentee
  • Discuss potential problems that occur when setting up a mentoring program as well as solutions for solving those problems
  • Explain the difference between a mentor and a coach

Target Audience

This program is a basic to intermediate level program for anyone interested in learning more about being a mentor and developing a mentoring program.

System Requirements

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