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August 2 – November 22, 2022
Are you in your first 18 months and progressing as a new manager? iLEAD is back for the fourth run! iLEAD is an exciting structured mentoring program that will elevate your learning by providing tactful, strategic insights into processes and people-related scenarios, and enable you to grow your mindset and network with professionals across various industries.
Take your personal and professional growth to the next level through the journey with our experienced mentors!
Are you 35 or below? If you are and also seeking support to grow in your journey holistically, sign up now.
Registration closes on 19 July 2022.
Visit https://voicesofasia.org/the-ilead-project/ for more details.
july 14, 2022 (7.30pm to 9.30pm)
Singapore, Singapore management university
Art of Professional Networking
Join us for an interactive in-person workshop conducted by Cindi Wirawan, Millennial Career Coach from Cindiw where you will be able to master the fundamentals and art of professional networking – understanding the nuances of managing human relationships, having meaningful conversations and learning from one another.
• Essentials of professional networking – what, where, who and how can you network
• Crafting a memorable elevator pitch
• Starting and sustaining your relationships
• Growing your network online and offline
• Sharing of personal experiences and best practices
01 september to 24 november 2022
Graduating and entering the workforce need not be as daunting as it seems!
Aside from career development, mentorship allows individuals to get exposure to new and different perspectives, develop a personal network and learn from others’ experiences amidst other benefits.
iASPIRE is a 3-month structured mentorship program that is made up of key building blocks to help young adults and fresh graduates find their purpose in their career and inclination. You will get mentored by relevant experienced professionals, expand your industry knowledge and hone your soft skills with us on this journey.
The saying goes, “no two days in marketing are the same” – the marketing realms are constantly evolving, from offline to online, from virtual-ready to virtual-first, just to elucidate a few. What I relish as a mentor is to share these exciting forefront developments with mentees, to marry what they learn from theories with real world underpinnings, so they can meaningfully ascertain if the daily challenge of managing the marketing mix suits them!
Throughout this mentorship, Dan has received valuable advice and assurance from his mentor, whether they are decisions on his career or life. The reassurance has helped him, especially during the times that he was going through a job transition into a new industry. He mentions that it was also a great journey with the iLEAD’s team. With his newfound skillset and experience, Dan has now joined the SIT ( Singapore Institute of Technology) mentorship program with his fellow juniors and alumnus and is excited to engage and exchange with different people from all walks of life, while continuing to enrich his learning journey.
Joining the Voices of Asia Mentorship Program was one of the best decisions Alina made as a graduating student amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the privilege of being mentored by Rocky Esguerra, Regional HR Leader, Pfizer Emerging Asia, Alina quotes Rocky was “a joy to work with, as a great listener who gives honest feedback and insightful advice”.
Under Rocky’s mentorship, Alina picked up soft and hard practical skills and knowledge, like speaking confidently and having a work-life balance, which has, in turn, made her a more confident person. Rocky’s cheerful demeanour and dedication as a mentor made their weekly sessions over the past 3 months extremely fruitful and enjoyable.
Alina believes that Rocky’s mentorship will leave a lasting impact on her personal and professional development and she is grateful for it.