Mentoring for tenure

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Title:
Mentoring for tenure
Physical Description:
Training session
Creator:
Bruxvoort, Diane
Crump, Michelle
Smith, Bonnie
Publisher:
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
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Abstract:
Providing tenure accruing faculty with a mentor is a requirement of the collective bargaining agreement and the University. The Libraries value and rely on mentors to provide tenure accruing faculty with sound advice and guidance through the tenure process. This session will provide an overview of the mentors’ role and expectations and differentiate this from the supervisor and Chair’s responsibilities. This session is designed for tenured faculty.
General Note:
Presented August 17, 2011.

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University of Florida Institutional Repository
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University of Florida
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Smathers Libraries


Mentoring For Tenure
August 17, 2011


Diane Bruxvoort
Associate Dean, Technology
and Support Services


Michele Crump
Head, Access Support


Bonnie Smith
Assistant Program Director
Human Resources


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA





Objectives


*Define the role of a mentor at
Smathers Libraries

*Understand the expectations of a
mentor

*Identify 3 expectations that you
commit to improve


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA






Agenda


* References to mentor
* Different Roles
Supervisor
Mentor
Chair
* Expectations
Areas to be involved in
What if there are concerns
* Questions


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA











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Mentoring for Tenure
References


Collective Bargaining Agreement:
http://www. hr.ufl.edu/labor-
relations/moa/19 enure&PermanentStatus.pdf
19.7
19.8
Tenure and Promotion Guidelines
http://www.aa. ufl.edu/Data/Sites/18/media/ten u re/201


1-12/ I -'


Guiaellnes


* Section
* Section


1.1


IV 8. A


* Section VII 2


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AGENDA

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Career Development Handbook:
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/Pers/cdh/cdh chaptertwo.html
II.D.1. C Detailed Procedures
III.B. Midterm Review


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


Mentoring for Tenure
References









AGED

" efeene

0" Role


Food for thought

"...every mentor has a different view of
what constitutes the mentoring role, no two
mentors undertake this important task in
the same way. ... no two junior faculty
have the same understanding of
mentoring, nor have the same idea of what
to expect of the [...] relationship, nor have
the same needs. Administrators charged
with the creation and assessment of
mentoring programs also differ in their
definitions of mentoring and indices of
success"
University of Maryland A Guide for Mentors (and
Mentees)


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA








AGED


" Reerncs


Supervisor Evaluative mentoring



Mentor Developmental mentoring


Chair


- Oversees


mentoring


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


Mentoring for Tenure
Different Roles





Mentoring is not


AGED


" Reerncs


* Orientation
* Supervision
*Friendship only
* Unconditional support
* Substitution for development training
*Alternate way for mentee or supervisor
to communicate with each other
* Guaranteed path to success or to
achieving tenure


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA








AGED


" Reerncs


Mentor Role

* Integration into the work environment
* Assistance prioritizing professional
responsibilities
* Socialization into scholarly community
- disciplinary network
* T&P 'advisor'
* Confidential advice outside
supervisory structure
* Advocate and supporter
* Tenure and Promotion packet
reviewer


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA





Food for Thought


AGED

" efeene

0" Role


"It is anticipated that mentors will
construct a framework for their
mentoring that will ensure that they
not only work with their mentees in
areas such as research and
teaching, but also that they extend
their mentoring, as appropriate, to
other aspects of the mentee's
professional life."

University of Maryland A Guide for Mentors (and
Mentees)


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA








AGED

" efeene


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


Mentoring for Tenure
Expectations


General
* Meet on a regular basis
* Actively engage with mentee
* Be aware of critical dates for T&P
* Assess progress towards tenure at
least annually during the evaluation
process
* Address concerns as they arise




Mentoring for Tenure
Expectations
New Hire
*Begin at the beginning
*Be informed
*Career development handbook
*First steps
*Extend invitations
*Be alert for opportunities


*Make time


*Establish a comfortable, professional
relationship


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


AGED

" efeene




Mentoring for Tenure
Expectations

New Hire to Mid Career Review
*Stay in touch
*New vita annually
*Evaluations
*Introductions
*Critical dates
*Review packet before finalized
*Schedule timely meetings


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


AGED

" efeene




Mentoring for Tenure
Expectations


Mid Career Review to Submission of
T&P Dossier


'ditto'


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


AGED

" efeene









How to raise issues
ACT


AGED

" efeene


*Administration


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


Mentoring for Tenure
Expectations


*Mentee
*Supervisor
*HR





Mentoring for Tenure

Expectations
As a mentor at the George A. Smathers Libraries
I agree to:
*Make a commitment to mentoring
*Engage in this relationship with an open mind
*Have a genuine interest in the candidate's
development
*Develop a learning partnership
*Provide counsel, guidance, coaching and
feedback to the mentee
*Provide support with the process of mid-career
review and tenure and promotion (if applicable)
*Meet with my mentee on a regular basis


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA


AGED

" efeene










AGED


" efeene


Questions?


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA





Objectives


*Define the role of a mentor at
Smathers Libraries

*Understand the expectations of a
mentor

*Identify 3 expectations that you
commit to improve


UF George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA




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PAGE 1

Mentoring For TenureAugust 17, 2011 Smathers LibrariesBonnie Smith Assistant Program Director Human Resources Michele Crump Head, Access Support Diane Bruxvoort Associate Dean, Technology and Support Services

PAGE 2

Define the role of a mentor at Smathers Libraries Understand the expectations of a mentor Identify 3 expectations that you commit to improve Objectives

PAGE 3

References to mentor Different Roles Supervisor Mentor Chair Expectations Areas to be involved in What if there are concerns Questions Agenda

PAGE 4

Collective Bargaining Agreement: http://www.hr.ufl.edu/labor relations/moa/19Tenure&PermanentStatus.pdf 19.7 19.8 Tenure and Promotion Guidelines http://www.aa.ufl.edu/Data/Sites/18/media/tenure/201 1 12/TP_Guidelines_201112.pdf Section I.1 Section IV 8. A Section VII 2 Mentoring for Tenure References AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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Career Development Handbook:http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/Pers/cdh/cdh_chaptertwo.html II.D.1. C Detailed Procedures III.B. Midterm Review Mentoring for Tenure References AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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every mentor has a different view of what constitutes the mentoring role, no two mentors undertake this important task in the same way. no two junior faculty have the same understanding of mentoring, nor have the same idea of what to expect of the [] relationship, nor have the same needs. Administrators charged with the creation and assessment of mentoring programs also differ in their definitions of mentoring and indices of success University of Maryland A Guide for Mentors (and Mentees) Food for thought AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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Supervisor Evaluative mentoring Mentor Developmental mentoring Chair Oversees mentoring Mentoring for Tenure Different Roles AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 8

Orientation Supervision Friendship only Unconditional support Substitution for development training Alternate way for mentee or supervisor to communicate with each other Guaranteed path to success or to achieving tenure Mentoring is not AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 9

Integration into the work environment Assistance prioritizing professional responsibilities Socialization into scholarly community disciplinary network T&P advisor Confidential advice outside supervisory structure Advocate and supporter Tenure and Promotion packet reviewer Mentor Role AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 10

It is anticipated that mentors will construct a framework for their mentoring that will ensure that they not only work with their mentees in areas such as research and teaching, but also that they extend their mentoring, as appropriate, to other aspects of the mentees professional life.University of Maryland A Guide for Mentors (and Mentees) Food for Thought AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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General Meet on a regular basis Actively engage with mentee Be aware of critical dates for T&P Assess progress towards tenure at least annually during the evaluation process Address concerns as they arise Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 12

New Hire Begin at the beginning Be informed Career development handbook First steps Extend invitations Be alert for opportunities Make time Establish a comfortable, professional relationship Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 13

New Hire to Mid Career Review Stay in touch New vita annually Evaluations Introductions Critical dates Review packet before finalized Schedule timely meetings Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 14

Mid Career Review to Submission of T&P Dossier ditto Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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How to raise issues ACT Mentee Supervisor HR Administration Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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As a mentor at the George A. Smathers Libraries I agree to: Make a commitment to mentoring Engage in this relationship with an open mind Have a genuine interest in the candidates development Develop a learning partnership Provide counsel, guidance, coaching and feedback to the mentee Provide support with the process of midcareer review and tenure and promotion (if applicable) Meet with my mentee on a regular basis Mentoring for Tenure Expectations AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

PAGE 17

Questions? AGENDA References Roles Expectations Questions

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Define the role of a mentor at Smathers Libraries Understand the expectations of a mentor Identify 3 expectations that you commit to improve Objectives