Coffee Club Episode 4 Announcement
The November edition of Coffee Club is coming – mark your calendars! We’ll be meeting on November 10, 2021, at 5:00 pm CET. The topic of the episode is the importance of mentorship and sponsorship. Join our live stream and give input in the discussions. Share your story!
What drives your career? Are you trying to find a tutor to help you learn new things, or are you an expert sharing knowledge who would appreciate some support? In the fourth episode of Coffee Club, Dalia Abo Sheasha and Helen Scott will sit down with Angie Jones and Marco Behler to talk about the importance of mentorship and sponsorship.
Angie Jones speaks at software events and leads her own learning platform; Marco Behler is an experienced consultant who shares his knowledge through presentations and live streams.
Both our guests have rich experience in shaping skills and gathering community support. During the discussion, they will share bits of advice and personal insights.
As usual, the Coffee Club team will provide valuable content in a casual format. Enjoy our show from your own home with a cup of your favorite beverage.
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