I help you achieve your goals and objectives by providing customised training and coaching in career development, soft skills, expatriation, cultural adaptability, and business English communication.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach because we all have unique talents, some of which may be hidden.
This year, rather than write about new
resolutions, I would rather dedicate the time to reflect on whether we really
kept and reached our resolutions.
The first point in the 5 resolutions was:
“Be caring and sincere. In a work context, this
can be translated into sharing expertise. In a personal context, this can be
translated into giving a helping hand”.
The openness to knowledge sharing is a personal
trait that is of utmost importance in both a professional and personal level.
We live in a world where we can readily access information online, however,
without the help and mentoring of those who are experienced and knowledgeable
in a domain, we can quickly misunderstand and get lost in our endeavors or
Mentoring people who need or ask our expertise
is something vital for the continuation of knowledge transmission. It helps others
in their aptitude of analysis and to make the right decision. The more
experience we have, the more we have encountered situations where, we have had
to make decisions (whether right or wrong!). In any case, experience makes us
learn and with experience, we can transmit to others, where we failed or how we succeeded.
We all have something to share. Why keep it to
oneself? We have also a lot to learn
from the people we mentor. The world is changing at a face pace! We must be able to adapt and continue to
listen and learn from others.
Offering advice and guidance should come
naturally and be collaborative. For experienced professionals who mentor
others, we become better and more respected leaders.
Expatriation is an opportunity to transmit your
knowledge and skills. While I was on expatriation,
I met wonderful people coming from different horizons and with different
skills. Together, we regrouped these skills to create a project of knowledge transmission
to younger members, the Generation Z.
Giving a part of your time, to mentor and help
others to continue to develop, is a vital sign of your leadership and sincerity.
Brid is a native English speaker, fluent in French, a graduate in both International Business Communication and in Instructional Design. She is also accredited (TEFL) to teach English as a foreign language.
Her professional experience spans over 20 years in an international environment, working in CAC 40 communication groups and as a consultant in Executive Search.