Whether you want to discuss career objectives, plan your professional development or receive specific advice on questions concerning personal and professional everyday life, experienced professionals can provide support in many ways. After all, mentoring takes place outside the usual constellation of Ph.D. supervisor/Ph.D. student/Ph.D. evaluator/Ph.D. candidate, or superior/employee.
Mentoring can develop spontaneously out of informal relationships or self-organised through systematic network activities. Mentoring in this form has always shaped the career development of junior staff.
In cooperation with the HSG Mentoring Programme, the YIP will support you in your professional and personal development by means of a mentor either from the practical world or academia.
Do you already have one or more people in mind that could take on a mentoring role for you? Get in touch with us. We will be happy to put you in contact. As your mentoring relationship evolves, you will sometimes need support and advise in regards to its further development. The HSG Mentoring Programme will be there to help.