* 1. A mentor can be considered as a significant figure from any period of your life, with whom a relationship is developed over time which enables career and life guidance. 'Mentoring is a process for the informal transmission of knowledge, social capital, and the psychosocial support perceived by the recipient as relevant to work, career, or professional development; mentoring entails informal communication, usually face-to-face and during a sustained period of time, between a person who is perceived to have greater relevant knowledge, wisdom, or experience (the mentor) and a person who is perceived to have less (the protégé).' (Wikipedia)

Considering the idea of mentorship, please indicate if you have, or have had, mentor(s) in your life or career development so far by marking the appropriate number;

* 2. Considering Mentor 01, select as many of the descriptors below which may apply;

  Family member Teacher Life Leader (eg religious/cultural/sports) Architect Creative Field Construction Field Business leader Female Male N/A
Childhood and School years:
Training (eg. University):
Early Career (first 10 years post graduation):
Mid Career(10-35 years):
Late Career: (35+ years post graduation):

* 3. Considering Mentor 02, select as many of the descriptors below which may apply;

  Family member Teacher Life leader (eg. religious, cultural, sports) Architect Creative Field Construction Field Business leader Female Male N/A
Childhood and school years:
Training (eg. University):
Early Career (10 years after grad):
Mid Career (10-35 yrs after grad):
Late Career (35+ yrs after grad):

* 4. Considering Mentor 03, select as many of the descriptors below which may apply;

  Family member Teacher Life leader (eg. religious, cultural, sports) Architect Creative Field Construction Field Business leader Female Male N/A
Childhood and school years:
Training (eg University)
Early career (up to 10 yrs after grad)
Mid Career (10-35 yrs after grad)
Late Career (35+ yrs after grad)

* 5. If you have had four or more mentors, please indicate;

* 6. Of the mentors you have described, please indicate whether the relationship(s) have been created informally or formally;

* 7. If you were offered to be mentored, would you take up the offer?

* 8. If you were asked to be a mentor, would you take up the offer?

* 9. Please tell us a bit about yourself and stage in your career. (All responses are confidential.)
Which gender group do you identify with;

* 10. Which category below includes your age?

* 11. How are you currently involved in the architectural profession?

* 12. If involved in an architectural practice, what is the size of the practice?

* 13. Please indicate the highest level of seniority within an architectural practice you have worked, or currently work in;

* 14. ...and in what area do you work (eg. Practice Type)?

* 15. Thank you so much for completing Survey 03.
If you have any other comments to add, suggestions for future surveys, or questions, please add below.
Please also leave your name and/or contact email address to enable future correspondence. (optional - this remains confidential)

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