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On Being a Mentor
A Guide for Higher Education Faculty, Second Edition
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"I wore out Johnson's first edition of this book after a decade of use in my research and teaching. In this second edition I was glad to discover extensive testing of mentoring ideas in real-world contexts." - Carol A. Mullen, Virginia Tech, USA "Mentoring young researchers is the key to academic and professional excellence and is increasingly important across European universities - this fine book on mentorship by Professor Brad Johnson will clearly fill a need and should be on every senior academic reading list. The book is highly readable and the many examples and practical guidelines provides a solid foundation for mentorship." - Jarle Eid, University of Bergen, Norway "For those involved in the collaborative human enterprise of higher education, On Being a Mentor is an attentive and practical guide for faculty and senior leaders mindful of the transformational promise high-quality mentoring offers." - Laura L. Behling, Knox College, USA "Brad Johnson's book is as essential as the MentorING activity itself and provides scholarship and wisdom for enriching the personal and professional relationship potential for the Mentor and Mentee." - Dana H. Born, Harvard University, USA "The best comprehensive title available for mentoring in higher education. ... I have recommended ...OBM to many faculty development colleagues nationwide. " - Linda Beane- Katner, St. Norbert College, USA "The book has had wide appeal and has been a springboard for campus conversations on mentoring around the country. ... The book is of interest to deans, department chairs, and faculty members across academic disciplines." - Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Elon University, USA "Institutional leaders, deans and department chairs, should be the first to read this book! ... Undergraduate faculty are the primary audience for the book although other faculty of graduate programs and professional degrees (MD, law) can benefit. ... I have already listed the 1st edition on our online mentoring toolkit and would include the 2nd edition as well." - Lisa Schwartz, The George Washington University, USA "The text will be used within faculty development programs aimed at faculty, deans and provosts or in courses offered at research institutions. ...The Johnson book fits a niche that focuses on the mentoring process which takes a prominent place in the development of a faculty member and a department culture. ... Given the proposed changes and the success of this book, I would certainly adopt it." - Rae Jean B. Goodman, U.S. Naval Academy, USA
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W. Brad Johnson is professor of psychology at the U.S. Naval Academy and a Faculty Associate at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Johnson is invited to give mentoring workshops for university faculty around the globe.
Part I: On Mentoring 1. Why Mentoring Matters 2. The Mentoring Relationship Continuum 3. Exemplary Mentoring in Academe: A Glimpse Inside Part II: On Being a Mentor 4. Foundational Mentoring Competencies: Who Mentors Are 5. Functional Mentoring Competencies: What Mentors Do 6. Beginning a Mentoring Relationship 7. The Seasons of Mentorship: Common Relationship Phases 8. The Ethical Mentor: Doing No Harm Part III: On Mentoring Specific Groups 9. Mentoring Undergraduates 10. Mentoring Graduate Students 11. Mentoring Junior Faculty 12. Mentoring and Gender 13. Mentoring Across Race Part IV: Managing Mentorships 14. Diagnosis and Management of Mentorship Dysfunction 15. Assessing Mentoring Outcomes 16. Recommendations for Academic Leaders: What Deans and Department Chairs Can "Do"