Positive Benefits for Mentors from Mentoring Relationships

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Positive Benefits for Mentees

1

Satisfaction, joy and pride of seeing another person grow and succeed

2

Enjoyment of the mentoring experience

3

Enjoyment of helping someone begin their career

4

General faculty improvements

 

a) More departmental/institutional recognition

b) Ability to recruit and retain good faculty

5

Development of junior faculty

6

Success and recognition from mentee's work

 

a) National recognition and awards for mentee's work

b) Obtain important/valued role in the department/institution

7

Friendship and support

 

a) Someone with whom to share visions, ideas and goals

b) Someone with whom to discuss scientific research and ideas

c) A colleague who supports mentor's goals

d) Someone who provides good feedback and keeps mentor informed

e) Someone to carry on work

9

Fulfillment of an obligation

 

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