Posts for Tag: mentoring

  • June 7, 2016

    5 reasons to volunteer as a mentor

    As part of national volunteers week¬†today we want to tell you why you should take up the opportunity to volunteer as a mentor. This could be in a professional capacity in a structured scheme or outside of work on an unstructured programme. Whatever format, we love mentoring over here at Girls Talk London. We have […]

  • November 12, 2014

    5 tips for finding a mentor

    Having a mentor seems to be a buzz word when discussing career progression and also in the entrepreneurial world with many publications like Forbes.com stating that ‘Having a mentor is crucial to an entrepreneurs success’. Joanna Barsh, author of how remarkable women lead, tells us that ‘ It’s good to have mentors and the more […]

  • September 7, 2014

    Letter to my 16 year old self: Three

    My dearest me, So you’re 16! I’m proud of you, you’ve bounced back from some really difficult times over the last few years. Being bullied hurt you, but you survived my love. You’ve fought for your happiness and you deserve it. I know that when really bad times come along you tend to gloss over […]

  • June 5, 2014

    Momentum Mentoring Scheme at Citi & State Street: Applications now open!

    Are you a bright, talented young woman considering a future career in banking¬†and finance? Are you going to be starting your second or penultimate year at university after this summer? If so, we are excited to announce a brand new initiative for you! The Momentum Mentoring Scheme is a unique programme aiming to provide female […]