Mentoring in Academia and Research: a Tool to Improve Gender Equality in Human Resource Management

DEADLINE IS EXTENDED UNTIL OCTOBER 4TH! 

International Online Expert Exchange

Organizers: Centre for Gender and Science (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague) and eument-net (European Network of Mentoring Programmes for the Advancement of Equal Opportunities and Cultural and Institutional Change in Academia and Research)

Date: 23.10.2020
Time: 9:30 a.m. till 1:30 p.m.
Deadline for registration: 4.10.2020
Registration form: HERE

 

  • Conference objectives are to:
    • provide information about the eument-net, European Mentoring Network
    • create a knowledge base about mentoring as a tool to advance gender equality in human resource management
    • give programme managers and people who plan to establish a mentoring programme an opportunity to share experience, network and support each other
    • offer a space to get feedback on institutional mentoring programmes in development

 

  • Target groups:
    • New and experienced coordinators of mentoring programs
    • People who are interested in or who plan to establish a mentoring programme at their institution
    • Decision makers, human resource managers, gender equality officers

 

Programme (draft version): 

9:30     Welcome and introduction

Marcela Linkova, Head of Centre for Gender and Science in Prague, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

9:35     Eument-net: history, experience and mutual learning

Ekaterina Masetkina, University of Dusseldorf, Germany, Chair of eument-net

9:55     Czech Mentoring programme for early career researchers

Katerina Marsalkova, Centre for Gender and Science, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

10:10   Breakout sessions with mentoring experts and facilitators (Block I)

  • session 1 – How to start a mentoring program
  • session 2 – How to work with mentors
  • session 3 – How to work with mentees

11:10   Break

11:30   Breakout sessions with mentoring experts and facilitators (Block II)

  • session 1 – How to start a mentoring program
  • session 2 – How to work with mentors
  • session 3 – How to work with mentees

12:30   Plenary session: The frame of mentoring programmes – from defining the goals to evaluation and monitoring 

Michaela Gindl, University for Continuing Education, Krems, Austria

13:15   Conclusions of the conference

Dagmar Höppel, University of Stuttgart, Germany, Executive Director of LaKoG, Vice Chair of eument-net

Marcela Linkova, Centre for Gender and Science Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic