As its name suggests, the SCONUL Mentoring Oversight Group (SMOG) oversees the mentoring scheme. The group reviews mentee submissions and matches them with potential mentors based on the interests and experience of both parties and if practicable, location. The group also reviews the smooth[...]
Mentors Mentors should have at least two years' experience at a level equivalent to or higher than the proposed mentee. (So someone can have two years' experience at second tier level, but such a mentor would not normally be able to mentor someone with greater experience at second tier[...]
Comments from mentees Mentees have found the scheme helpful: The partnership was definitely beneficial"; It was incredibly useful" and "I would absolutely recommend the scheme to others". Finding a mentor Mentees should normally be emerging leaders ([...]
There are a range of 360 degree appraisal tools available that can help SCONUL members ensure their strategic alignment and readiness for change. We recommend members work with their organisational / staff development team to explore the development and introduction of a 360 degree appraisal[...]
We are delighted to let you know that the SCONUL Mentoring Scheme is up and running. Mentees have been matched with mentors from across the HE library sector and they are developing beneficial partnerships that[...]
SCONUL is delighted to announce that the Mentor scheme is open.
We are now seeking mentors for the scheme, in advance of opening the scheme up to those seeking mentors in a few weeks’ time.
SCONUL has today published a series of practical support measures for leaders. These are designed to build leadership capacity across the sector, and to support library leaders in their own leadership development. We[...]