Making a difference: Acting as an informal mentor

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    Abstract

    A female professor at a prestigious research-led university attended a Women in Leadership programme organised by the university. Over coffee she began a conversation that continued over the next two years, as she became unoffical mentor to two colleagues in her faculty. As one of the few professors in her faculty and her profession she is often asked to support people's application for jobs or promotion.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationStaff and Educational Development
    Subtitle of host publicationcase studies, experience, and practice from higher education
    EditorsDavid Baume, Helen Edwards, Webb Graham
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherKogan Page
    Pages60-67
    Number of pages8
    Edition7
    ISBN (Print)0749440619
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

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    Higgs, J. (2003). Making a difference: Acting as an informal mentor. In D. Baume, H. Edwards, & W. Graham (Eds.), Staff and Educational Development: case studies, experience, and practice from higher education (7 ed., pp. 60-67). Kogan Page.