Women in the business of sports came to their professions by playing on fields with boys. As a result, they see the world differently. When other women joined the field, these first women learned to see differently, yet again. We have much to learn from their both-sides-now perspective and from the way they win.
Kirsten Barfield is a Credit Analyst at Premier Asset Management and joined 3Plus in October 2012. As part of her 3Plus membership subscription she was paired with mentor Joanne O'Keeffe International Head of Credit at State Street. She shares her experience as a mentee…
At the 3Plus Mini-Mentoring Event on Tuesday 16th in Brussels, the capital of Europe, it came as no surprise that over twenty nationalities were represented. Lively discussion ensued with wonderful questions and equally insightful answers from our mentors. But guess what issue finally brought out the competitive edge in our delegates…?.
Don’t miss #3PlusBrussels – Mini-Mentoring but MAXI fun and value! Get mentored, get networked, meet like-minded women and have fun too! Win that fantastic handbag and lots of other super prizes.
Paule André’s cartoon of another successful Paris Mini-Mentoring event says it all! A fun and stimulmating evening with our mentors providing their pearls of wisdom. Hosted by ENPC School of Management to showcase their Executive MBA scholarships for women.
Dorothy Dalton tells us why she believes it’s OK to ask someone to be your mentor, rather than wait for a relationship to develop organically.
Seven high level women mentors, shared stories, lessons learned, and advice with over 50 up-and-coming professional women. It was an “over the top” venue, a “wonderful evening in the presence of such powerful women,” a “fabulous event,”and “[we] are still discussing the points made.” Participants chose to share this advice from 3Plus International’s MiniMentoring event, with our readers.
Rasti Nikolic tells us how her experience on the 3Plus mentoring scheme helped her cope with a period of huge change in her life ” some unexpected, some unwelcome.” Working with her mentor Dorothy Dalton, she set herself priorities and with determination, persistence and support achieved one of her life’s main ambitions…
Dorothy Dalton tell us how fall-out from the ” Guilt Volcano ” engulfs women in the early to mid stages of their careers and why finding women mentors, is vital to help them negotiate the debris in this challenging career danger zone.