Psychology of optimal mentorship

Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching | Mentorship in Higher Education

May 3 – 5, 2021

Keynote presented by: Dr. Laura Lunsford, PhD, Professor and Chair, Psychology, Campbell University

What if every mentoring interaction you experienced was energizing, uplifting and motivating? How might such interactions improve your students’ experiences and teach them how to become effective mentors? This interactive lecture highlights the importance of evocative environments, which can rejuvenate and re-energize mentoring participants. Learn about how you can develop and promote optimal mentoring relationships through rapport, collaboration and high-quality interactions. Leave this session with ideas about how you can enhance your ways of knowing, doing and connecting through optimal mentorships.

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