SHANGHAI MENTOR WALKS – NOV
Mentor Walks brings together established women leaders and emerging women leaders in our community for a morning walk to discuss professional and personal successes, challenges and aspirations. A typical walk includes one Mentor and three to five Mentees. Mentees have the incredible opportunity to seek advice from seasoned professionals who will provide an open ear, honest feedback and meaningful guidance.
Please note that space is limited and granted on a first-come, first-served basis. If you register and are unable to attend, please inform us at least one day in advance of the scheduled Mentor Walk. We understand that emergencies happen, however, if cancellations without notice are given on two occasions, we will be unable to accommodate your registration in the future.
RSVP IS ESSENTIAL
Mentee registration opens already and will close when full. Click here to RSVP.
If you would like to serve as a Mentor at a future Mentor Walk, please visit the mentor walks website.
If you have any questions, please contact Chenyu Ling at email@example.com.
About Mentor Walks
A typical walk includes one Mentor and three to five Mentees. Mentees have the incredible opportunity to seek advice from seasoned professionals who will provide an open ear, honest feedback and meaningful guidance.
Our Mentors come from a diverse array of backgrounds and industries including: international business, international development and foreign affairs, law, finance and banking, architecture and design, marketing, media and public relations, IT and technology, energy and the environment, non-profit and CSR, hospitality and health.
Key words for Mentorship:
3. Share experiences
4. Keep open-minded
5. Find common questions
*Mentors are not obligated to give business cards/contact information to mentees.
Our Mentees are emerging professionals from an equally diverse range of fields. They are not high school or university students, but rather professionals making their mark in the working world. Whether they have just started their careers or have been working for several years, Mentees are looking for inspiration from Mentors who have successfully navigated the business landscape in China. Mentees also include entrepreneurs who are looking for professional guidance from other enterprising women who have successfully launched their own ventures.