formed mentorship pairs
75% of the most successful world leaders pointed out the presence of Mentor as a factor that played a key role in their careers. By sharing their experience, insights and recommendations, they help to go the road to success not only faster, but also more productively by increasing competitiveness, raising competence, expanding the network of acquaintances, and discovering new opportunities. There is a natural question: are you really still hesitating?I want to find a Mentor What does a Mentee need?
I find the greatest value when I share because sharing is just as important as receiving, and to share experience is as important as to be open to the experiences of others. Everyone you meet is unique, and this makes this experience even more valuable.
Mentee's questions and interest drive me forward too, each time encouraging me to look at my career from a different angle and discover something new. I grew up only because of the people who raised me, so it’s time to repay the debt and help others grow.
By helping another person find their way, I also influence the growth of my own personality. After all, when diving into other people's experiences, I get a unique opportunity to see both my own and another person's career from a different perspective, to discover new things, to learn how to hear, to understand, not to judge, to share my experiences and meaningful insights.
Through idialogue I repay the debt of knowledge and experience I received from my Mentors. I feel uplifted when through the means of sharing my knowledge I can create value for society.
One of our Mentors once said: “If you want to add some water to a full glass, you have to pour out some from it”. So, the best way to learn is to teach others. By doing so successfully, with constant support from the idialogue team, our Mentors not only develop personal leadership, learn new things and expand their network of acquaintances, but also strengthen their brand and market awareness as a successful professional. Is it time?I want to become a Mentor What does a Mentor need?