Are you asking yourself "What should I do with my life"? Are you new to Canada, recently transitioned to a new leadership position or just unsatisfied with your career? Would some tips on how to work with your diverse or international workforce be helpful? If you said "Yes!" to any of these questions, we should talk! Your career is important and deserves a little boost now and then. I have over 15 years of experience coaching and mentoring, training diverse managers in multiple industries, and have helped hundreds of professionals strategize to get the jobs and careers they want. Let's start your personal career learning conversation today.
I recommend the site Mentorcity.com. It connects with your LinkedIn profile and you set up more details describing your soft skills and professional expertise, the things you are looking for and the things you have to offer. Then up to four recommendations come up for you to consider as a mentor, you set up a 15 minute conversation to see if you want to work together and you go from there. The site has very useful forms and resources, references and ways to connect. You can very specifically target the skills and type of support you are looking for in a mentor and there is less likelihood of the "chemistry" not working. Give them a try and let me know what you think! Oh, did I mention it is free?