BG Krueger was commissioned through the Health Professions Scholarship program and received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 1995 from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed residency training in Family Medicine in 1998 and Faculty Development Fellowship in 2002, both at Madigan Army Medical Center. She is board certified in Family Medicine and earned a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Washington, a Masters of Military Arts and Science from the Command and General Staff College, and a Masters in National Security and Resource Strategy at the Dwight D. Eisenhower School of National Security and Resource Strategy. She currently serves as the Commanding General, Regional Health Command – Atlantic, and the Chief of the Army Medical Corps.
On this episode of our Military Medical Mentorship Moments Series, BG Krueger focuses on the role of the mentee in the mentorship relationship. You will hear her provide insightful answers to the following questions:
Q. How do you choose a Mentor?
Q. How many Mentors should you have? Does it matter?
Q. What should a Mentee expect?
Q. What are the characteristics of effective Mentees?
Q. What kind of Mentorship Relationships should a mentee look for?
Q. What are some key Mentor/Mentee activities?
Q. Is a personal vision statement important for the mentee?
Q. Is Mentee the best term? What about Protégé Apprentice?
Personal Reflections on Mentorship
Q. Who was your most influential mentor? Why
Q. What was the best advice you got from a mentor?
Q. What do you know now that you wish you would have learned much earlier?
Q. What characterizes a “good” or “not so good” mentorship relationship from your experience? Provide examples
Q. What is some practical advice for someone interested in mentoring or being mentored? What are the next steps to take?
BG Krueger shares many insights and mentorship lessons learned over a distinguished career. You don't want to miss this special episode!
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