Mentoring the Right Way – Everybody Wins

Mentoring the Right Way – Everybody Wins

“Game-changing technologies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions.” Join Game Changers Radio on VoiceAmerica today at 11 am EDT to learn about Game Changing people – and how YOU can be one of them.

Guests on the show will be:

Sarah Cooke, Associate Vice President & Managing Consultant at Great Place to Work, Meaghan Sullivan, vice president of Global Channel Marketing at SAP and Sherryanne Meyer join host Bonnie Graham to talk about Mentoring in the 21st centruy workplace.

Meaghan says:

• My own “mentors” in my career make up what I refer to as my “Board of Directors” .
• You’ll never be able to repay your own mentor, but you can pay it forward.

Sarah quotes Lucille Ball: “I’d rather regret the things I have done than the things I haven’t done.” I like this! Be disruptive. Start the conversation instead of just having a seat at the table.

Sherry: “Help me Obi Wan Kenobi” – I can’t do it all myself. It takes a village.

Mentoring – it implies knowledge sharing. In this age of connectivity, knowledge is no longer an exclusive right or privilge of a few. Rather, we all help each other become who we are. Does nature or nurture influence you success? We three women are here to tell you that nurturing thru mentoring helps everyone succeed.

Tune in to SAP’s Coffee Break with Game Changers.  Mentoring – The Right Way will be live today – April 16th, 2014 at 11 am EDT. 

SAP Radio

Link is LIVE during the show and then says “Coming soon” until the podcast is posted approx. 2 hours later.

Show site: http://spr.ly/SAPRadio [case-sensitive URL] – see topic list on right side of page

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