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From Research to Practice: A Co-Mentoring Model for Women in Faculty Development Leadership

This Magna Online Seminar demonstrates how you can create an effective support system for women leaders through a proven model created by the expert presenters and backed by research.


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The Faculty Development Leadership Co-Mentoring Model is a promising approach for supporting women leaders. This Magna Online Seminar reviews the recently published research and asks the authors to present actionable strategies for launching this model to create an effective support system on other campuses.

Why you don’t want to miss this!

  • Moderated panel format provided unique interaction with the researchers
  • The original live participants asked direct questions so you can get answers for the personalized guidance you need
  • This online seminar was designed to bring the research to life and provided access to the researchers in an interactive format for further engagement with the published work


What are the learning goals?

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • Follow the co-mentoring model to support women in leadership on your campus
  • Put ideas into action and apply the research to your own campus programs
  • Explore ways to expand the research in the future

Who should attend?

  • Directors of Centers for Teaching and Learning
  • Faculty or Educational Developers
  • Administrative Leaders

Why This Matters

Although women are well-represented in faculty development leadership positions, there are still inconsistent support systems in place for women leaders. Faculty development requires a unique leadership skill set to work with stakeholders across the institution.

The presenters of this online seminar conducted a collaborative self-study to investigate how co-mentorship provides women faculty developers a space to explore and develop leadership identity and practice. Data included teaching philosophies, journals, and transcribed co-mentoring meetings. Using grounded theory, three themes emerged: proficiency, self-efficacy, and advocacy.

Considering the interplay between the themes, the Faculty Development Leadership Co-Mentoring Model was identified as a promising approach for supporting women leaders. This Magna Online Seminar reviews the research just published in the Journal of Faculty Development and provides recommendations on how you can bring these ideas into action.


What’s included?

Your seminar registration includes the following:

  • On-demand access
  • Written transcript
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

There is no limit to how many times the seminar is accessed while available on-demand.


Product Code: OC22AD

Campus Access License

With the purchase of the optional Campus Access License, registrants are granted a license to download the program contents to a password-protected network, server, or website for additional staff use. You will receive information on downloading the contents of the program within 3-5 business days after payment has been received by Magna.

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If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may cancel the order within 30 days of purchase and receive a full refund.

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