Mentorship is defined as a long-term relationship between people, one of which is significantly more proficient than the other. The essence of the mentorship can be defined as a process of interaction between two or more individuals where one person has a personal superiority in a given area and exercises qualificational and professional impact on the thinking and professional activity of the other person. The mentoring project suggests creating a working relationship between the candidate and the mentor for the acquisition of soft and hard skills.
Mentoring programs link the mentor and the candidate based on their shared interests, needs, goals, strengths and personal qualities and give them an opportunity to create long-term, mutually beneficial relationships and shared experiences.
Research shows that having a mentor supports the achievement of personal and professional goals and improves motivation, engagement and work performance.
The goal of the mentorship is to shorten the adaptation period in the workplace and to provide independent and qualified performance of the obligations and to enable the rapid adoption of the operational model of an organization. In the learning process of the “mentoring” project are created opportunities for acquisition of clinical/practical skills.
The mentor is a professional expert in the field, with whom the candidate can share their problems, build on his/her practical experience and discuss questions about future career opportunities.
We will soon be launching mentoring programs within the Clinical Practice Groups.