The mentoring messages that can get lost in translation

Science has become more international in the past few decades. This means that you might encounter a variety of people from different geographical and cultural backgrounds in your lab. So how does this affect your mentoring relationships?

In the second episode of this seven-part Working Scientist podcast series, researchers share some of their cross-cultural mentoring encounters.

These range from Asian attitudes to hierarchies, to a Scandinavian enthusiasm for peer-to-peer mentoring and a very British fixation with mentoring and afternoon tea.


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