Can Your Career Benefit from a Mentor?

Career Management Webcasts and Podcasts
Career Conversations
Source: CFA Institute

11:00, video webcast, recorded on 27 January 2012
Posted on 23 February 2012

Sarah Dudney founded Ignite in 2011 in response to client demand for more proactive and disciplined support for individuals in career transition. At Ignite, she is responsible for client engagement and for coaching Ignite program participants on proactive career management. Previously, Ms. Dudney has worked with asset management houses, banks, and family offices for the City of London and in a corporate planning role for AEGON Group. She has also written on career management, recruitment, and related issues in financial services for the Financial Times, Investment & Pensions Europe, Professional Investor, and Global Investor magazine. Ms. Dudney is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh.

This information is accurate as of the date of recording.



Sarah Dudney explains why having a mentor can benefit one’s professional career, describes how to go about finding a mentor, and discusses deriving maximum benefit from the mentor-mentee relationship.

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