Are you feeling stuck? If you feel like you’ve fallen out of love with life (or maybe you were never in it) or your job, it’s time for a change and to move on from your current circumstances and towards new adventures.
Defining your areas of expertise is critical in your resume. You want to be specific and show your potential employer that you’re the right fit for the role they’re trying to fill. Highlighting the skills which you offer is a good way to qualify for that slot.
What is the role of a mentor? Have you ever thought about the different ways a mentor can help you? What are the different goals and responsibilities involved in mentorship? Lastly, how do you go about finding a mentor? We can help, but we’ll share that after covering the basics.
People told me I was lucky when I got my dream job at Fave as Product Manager a year ago. After all, Anisha, a fellow AIESEC and whom I am connected to, works there as Head of People. They thought, she was able to refer me, and that’s how I was easily able to get the job.
Knowing how to ask good questions to a mentor is key to a successful relationship. At MentorCruise, our mentees often wonder about how to ask the right questions that will lead to meaningful exchanges between the mentee and mentor.
Different people assign different meanings to the word “mentorship”, “mentors” and “mentees”. At MentorCruise, a mentorship platform with a thriving community of mentors and mentees, our members can often get into heated discussions on the semantics behind these terms.
I’ve started several startups, worked in companies as Senior Product Manager and as a Business Development Manager. Due to my various roles, I understand well that a product has a job to do, there should be product-market fit, customers have to understand the value and strategies should be in place to help scale the company’s growth.
Startup advisors can open doors and make your most annoying issues go away. Advisors have been through it all and most likely know what it takes for your business to reach the next level, so how can you get one?
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.