There’s no doubt it’s important for everyone in the workforce to regularly develop and expand their skillsets. However, for those in the digital and tech sector, professional development is not only important, but critical for long-term employability. In just the last few years, we’ve seen technological advancements drastically change the way in which we work. Driven by the democratisation of technology, all types of businesses – regardless of industry and business size, can now affordably access new technologies through SaaS.
How long have you been a mentor?I have been mentoring since 2005 and with FitT since 2013. Who was your first mentor? A Human Resources Manager in 2003. Why do you see mentoring as such an important part of life? Success leaves clues, and whilst I believe in each of us owning our unique path to success, by learning from others and their experience, we are better equipped to quickly uncover what works best for ourselves. Why do you mentor?Mentoring is my
In May, our 2020 Mentoring Program participants graduated from the program, and we welcomed mentors and mentees to our virtual graduation ceremony where individual experiences, highlights and personal success stories were shared. We also received some fantastic feedback that will help us continually improve the program. We look forward to launching the 2021 program in August! The program will run over six months, and mentees and mentors will participate in a combination of networking events and online learning opportunities, as
We have all been there before, being a graduate figuring out our ways of transitioning from university into a career in ICT, which can be tricky if not challenging. Historically, the industry has lost women into other careers at this point when they are unable to connect with potential employers and available opportunities. ANZ Inclusion & Diversity made it a commitment to participate in Grad Girls, a program run by Vic ICT for Women designed to help open up opportunities