“A short-term mentorship is like an emergency number you call when you need help to resolve something quickly. Long-term mentorships are more akin to an explorer and sherpa relationship where the sherpa is the expert here to guide the explorer (mentee) down the long path to success.”- Lloyd Jacob
Employers use stress interviews to discern how potential employees will deal with workplace conflict, abusive customers, and overload. These interviews are typically performed by trained experts who use various techniques to assess your personality, as a prospective employee.
Interviews are a necessary evil to get a job or internship, and knowing how to nail them is a prerequisite for standing out. If you don’t prepare well, they can be very stressful. Lack of or incorrect preparation leads to low self-confidence and nervousness that could limit your chances of earning the dream job or internship. So it’s best to be over-prepared for them.
At MentorCruise, we love to hear stories from our mentees. We try to keep in touch with them throughout their time with us to know about all good and bad things they encounter. Mentees will talk about their experience with us, and we are happy to share it!
Sharath joined MentorCruise almost a year ago with the intention to pay it forward. He knows the power and potentially life-changing influence of a powerful mentor and that shows – today, Sharath is one of our top mentors and holds the ‘coach’ status, an exclusive badge for our very best.
Every successful mentorship is built upon a strong mentor-mentee relationship. Embarking on your career is tough, and being mentored can help you achieve your professional goals and objectives in ways you wouldn’t have otherwise expected.