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Mentoring Pilot Project

ABOUT MENTORING
This pilot project is targeting leaders (managers and heads of departments) and international relations coordinators, and seeking to provide mutual knowledge sharing and competence development for ANMA institutions.
Mentoring is a confidential relationship based on intimacy, openness and commitment. It is a process between the experienced person (mentor) and the aspiring person (mentee) that is based on dialogue and a mutual will to learn. The mentoring meetings are informal - every mentor-mentee partnership will discover their own optimal way of operating.

MENTORS AT YOUR DISPOSAL
Henrik Sveidahl
, Principal at Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Copenhagen
Peter Tornquist, Principal at Norwegian academy of Music
Riitta Tötterström, Director of Education, Oulu University of Applied Sciences
Astrid Elbek, Head of Development, Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg
Anna Maria Koziomitzis, Head of Dep. Royal College of Music Stockholm
Claus Olesen, Principal, Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg
Kaarlo Hildén, Dean, Sibelius Academy
Keld Hosbond, Vice Principal and head of international relations, Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg
Hanneleen Pihlak, International relations coordinator, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Christofer Fredriksson, International relations coordinator, University of Arts Stockholm
Lena Arstam, International coordinator, Lund University, Malmö Academy of Music

WHO CAN BECOME A MENTEE?
Leaders and managers from all organisational levels as well as IRCs within the ANMA institutions can become mentees. It requires only an open mind and a will to learn through reflected dialogue with an experienced peer.

TIMETABLE
The mentoring pilot project begins in 2017 and lasts for one academic year. The ANMA Excom will facilitate the calls as well as set up mentor-mentees pairs in dialogue with the mentors.

ANMA'S ROLE
Apart from facilitating, ANMA does not provide the mentoring with resources. The expenses will be covered by the participating institutions. Note that there might be a possibility to use staff training scholarships of the Nordplusmusic networks.

MORE INFORMATION
Please contact ANMA Secretary General, Mr. Claus Olesen