Criticaleye Asia Podcast - Mentorship and Leadership Success

Exploring the significance of mentoring in career development, particularly in transitioning from management to leadership roles, Criticaleye's Managing Director Charlie Wagstaff speaks to special guest and Board Mentor, Bala Swaminathan. Talking points include:

  • What is the role of a mentor?
  • Is mentoring the bridge between management and leadership??
  • Challenges when transitioning from an operational to the leadership role.
  • Real-life experiences and insights mentors share to guide mentees through leadership challenges.
  • How mentors can empower their mentees.
  • Ways that mentees can effectively prepare for mentoring sessions to maximise their impact and benefit. 




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