Mentoring for Young Scientists
What is mentoring?
In mentoring, young professionals and professional as well as leadership experienced mentors are brought together within the framework of temporary cooperations. By passing on their experience, the mentors support their mentees in their personal and professional development.
Overall, it is an intensive, confidential and personal contact at eye level over a defined period of time.
What is mentoring useful for?
The goals of mentoring can be very diverse. A professional exchange can, but does not necessarily have to be part of a mentoring relationship. It is important to focus on certain topics together with the mentors and to constantly reflect on, discuss, and develop them within the framework of the collaboration.
In total three possible target fields can be defined, which however, do not all have to be part of the mentoring: