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The Benefits of Mentoring for Mentors

Most discussions of the benefits of effective mentoring occur from the point of view of the individual being mentored - the mentee. However, a growing body of research reveals that mentors can also gain substantial career and personal benefits when acting as a mentor. We will discuss the advantages of serving as a mentor beyond those that inure to the benefit of the mentee.


This is a virtual workshop.

This workshop will held virtually through a Zoom web conference. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please register as usual and follow the instructions below.

* To participate in this workshop, use the registration button below. You will receive the information you need to log into the workshop via email.

If you are not familiar with Zoom Web Conferencing, please view this short Join A Meeting video [0:53] for help on joining a Zoom session. If you've never used Zoom on your computer/device before, please use this link to test your system: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115002262083-How-Do-I-Test-Prior-to-Joining-a-Meeting-. If you are having trouble joining the workshop, contact Jay Todd (jtodd1@xula.edu or 601-818-2602).


  • Led by: Dr. Tiera S. Coston, CAT+FD
  • Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
  • Time: Noon - 12:50 PM
  • Location: Virtual
  • Sponsor: BUILD, CAT+FD

Tags: mentoring
Format: online
Event ID: 01976


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