Mentoring program: a best practice tool for equality of opportunity and provide excellent education and research. The combination of seminars, workshops, mentoring consultations and competencies has been particularly successful: a person with track experience (mentor) advises a junior scientist individually on strategic and practical career development issues. Seminars on topics related to career contribute to the development of personal and interdisciplinary competencies of the student, as well as the formation of the personality of the scientist. As a measure to ensure the equal rights of universities, the program attracted much attention, in particular through a research fund that included the program in a set of tools for exemplary measures to ensure equality. The first program round began in 2008 as a pilot project. In July 2018, the program is now in the seventh round.
A form of mentoring and related mentoring is one-on-one mentoring with a professor from another university. Both mentors and professors are involved in mentoring counseling (intergender mentoring). The basis for this is the belief that wards benefit from female and male experiences. In addition, this form of mentoring raises awareness of the different life and career prospects of both sexes. Wards can – if desired – offer themselves a mentor, whether at one or another university. As a result, internal and external university tandems of mentoring (cross-mentoring) are possible. The latter is beneficial when a professional fit is important and desirable, but a mentor from your area of expertise is not suitable, because conflicts of hierarchy or roles may arise.
Responsibility for the mentoring program. The mentoring program is coordinated. The coordination of the program includes general control over the program, including the coordination and concept of the seminar program, public relations, documentation and the conceptual development of the program as a whole.
ORGANIZATION OF EVENTS. We conduct corporate events in a qualified and innovative way, creatively interpreting the specific needs of the company. We support every reality that intends to rely on one partner to organize scientific congresses, conventions, initiatives and seminars. We adapt every event from concept to implementation, carefully following all stages of operation.
Internship is a tool that allows companies to learn about new resources and evaluate their participation. We care about: analysis of professional needs and choosing the ideal resource; Perform mandatory communications and insurance coverage; Prepare documentation for the start of the internship; Conduct ongoing classes; Provide the learner with access to an online learning platform on safety, rights and obligations of employees; Issue a certificate of completion of the internship; Provide support and advice on hiring incentives.
After the interviews you will find the head of finance. We are talking about the main building blocks that you must follow as a student, and which you should take care of. The final chapter is our ABC founder: Once we learned the alphabet and each topic had a theme that addressed experienced and successful founders. The focus is on saving time, money and effort.
ACCESSORIES. The European Center for Management Studies, included in the Regional Student Learning Directory, organizes courses for apprentices and mentors of companies, helping companies fulfill all obligations. Currently, he has nothing to do with modern ideas and knowledge that are not related to his activities.
But who are all the “founders”? If you look around, there are three rough directions. On the one hand, there are freelancers. These are graphic designers, journalists, artists. Most of them are “lone fighters” – at least many use this derogatory term. Conversely, they are flexible, self-employed, often equipped with an excellent network and always up to date.
What unites them? Experienced and successful leaders always learn new things. First, they go through training themselves, attend seminars and paid and free seminars, and then become mentors. They themselves begin to give advice. Conduct workshops. They begin to share how to become an experienced and successful leader.