This blog outlines the myriad benefits peer-to-peer mentoring can offer to organisations and individuals
This article provides a summary of the differences between traditional mentoring and relational mentoring approaches.
Here, we’ve curated some tips for students starting a new semester of university and outlined some ways that a mentoring programme with SUMAC can contribute to each
This blog will highlight just a few of the ways in which mentoring can be used to reveal skills, interests, and priorities and therefore perhaps push a career path in a new direction.
Find out how a mentoring programme such as SUMAC can help the young people in your organisation.
A global mentoring programme to help women scholars in theology.
Learn about the impact of SUMAC's mentoring scheme on Carey Baptist College's Theological Anthropology, Fundamental Need and Human Flourishing: A Women Scholar's Project, in partnership with Logia International.
Discover the ways in which imposter syndrome may be affecting your organisation and how mentoring may be able to help combat it.
Learn the benefits of bridging the generational gap through mentoring!
Social capital theory is a lens through which we can view the benefits of mentoring relationships for both mentors and mentees. This blog will provide a brief introduction into the world of social capital theory and its impact on mentoring relationships.
Want to learn more about the future of mentoring? Learn about the ways mentoring has evolved and how it can be tailored to the specific needs of YOUR organization.
Interested in how you can improve equality, diversity and inclusion in your workplace? Read on to find out what mentoring can do for you!
Organisational change can lead to real or perceived loss which can be a source of dissatisfaction and demotivation. Mentoring as part of a change project can help individuals to work through this and to regain their motivation, to move forward through the change process in a more positive way.
Curious about how mentoring can help you achieve your goals for the upcoming year? Here we break down how effective mentoring can help you work towards some common New Year's Resolutions.
Dr Diane Munday is the Scheme Coordinator for the Teaching Research & Academic Mentoring Scheme (TRAMS) and is based within Organisational & Staff Development Services at the University of St Andrews. In today’s post, Diane shares some of her experiences with us and offers some excellent advice for running large cross-institutional mentoring schemes.
Wondering what you should you consider before setting up your mentoring scheme? You’ve come to the right place.
Matching for mentoring partnerships - it's not rocket science, but it might be chemistry
Getting back to basics - what is the definition of mentoring and why is it important for your organisation?