We all strive to grow and reach new heights, both in our personal lives as well as our professional lives. Mentorship can be one great solution. But how do you find the right mentor? How can you be a good mentee? And is online mentorship really effective? These are just some of the questions that were addressed in the recent Sessions webinar, "Can online mentorship really grow your career?".
The webinar featured two experienced mentors, Sarah Kessler (Mentor at ADPList & UX Writing Hub, UX Writer at Gympass) and Sherry Samtani (Head of Content & Design Ops at Haladoc), who shared their insights and personal experience with mentorship.
During the webinar, the speakers covered a range of topics, including how to find the right mentor, tips for being a mentee, and strategies for becoming a mentor. They also talked about their personal experience both as mentors and mentees, including the challenges they faced and how they overcame them with the help of mentorship.
Mentorship can be a powerful tool for career growth, whether you are a mentee or a mentor. As a mentee, having a mentor can help you gain new skills, knowledge, and insights into your field. As a mentor, you can share your expertise and knowledge while giving back to the community.
The webinar also addressed the question of whether online mentorship is effective. The speakers discussed how online networking and platforms such as LinkedIn and ADPlist can be great resources for finding mentors and connecting with other professionals in your field. They also talked about the benefits of virtual mentorship, such as the flexibility it offers and the ability to connect with mentors from anywhere in the world.
Overall, this webinar is a valuable resource for anyone interested in mentorship and career growth. If you're looking for a mentor or you're interested in becoming one yourself, the webinar provides practical tips and insights to help you on your journey.
If you missed the live session, you can watch the recording 👉 here. We highly recommend checking it out to learn from two skilled women in the field and gain valuable insights into the world of mentorship. ⬇️