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Chapter Event: How a Mentor Can Help You Succeed, w/ Weill Cornell Medicine's Dr. Ruth Gotian

  • 02/06/2019
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • WeWork: 214 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001
  • 12


  • ATD NYC Member in good standing.
  • Non-member of ATD NYC. You can have this event fee credited to your ATD NYC membership if you join within the next two weeks. Email contact@atdnyc.org to take advantage of this offer.

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NOTE: Member registration opens on January 7th (30 days prior) and non-member registration opens on January 22nd (15 days prior to this event).

Program Description:

A dynamic culture of mentorship should be raised to the level of a major strategic priority at academic medical centers to maximize their success.  Research has shown that people who have mentors outperform, have higher salaries, greater job satisfaction and lower burnout than those who do not have mentors.

This workshop titled “How a Mentor Can Help You Succeed” will

* Outline the benefits of having a mentor,

* What to look for in a mentor,

* How to develop your mentoring team and

* How to find a mentor.

Come learn how Weill Cornell Medicine is tackling this challenge and creating a future generation of mentors helping their workforce succeed.

About the Presenter: Dr. Ruth Gotian is the inaugural Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the newly launched Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine, and the Chief Learning Officer in Anesthesiology and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology. She has taken on these new roles after nearly 22 years (and two perfect scores on NIH training grants) of running the Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program, a partnership between Weill Cornell, Rockefeller University, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Dr. Gotian is an alumna of Teachers College Columbia University where she studied Adult Learning and Leadership. She pursued her doctorate while working full time and raising three sons. She received her BS and MS in Business Management from the University at Stony Brook in New York, as well as certificates in Executive Leadership and Managing for Execution from Cornell University. She publishes in both medical education and adult learning journals on topics ranging from diversity and inclusion in academic medicine, to virtual mentoring.

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