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What do you think of when we say “become a mentor”?
Do you think it’s more trouble than it’s worth and that you don’t have time for that in your busy, busy schedule?
We don’t blame you – some internships (without the right training tools and framework) can be pretty bad for everyone involved.
We’re on a mission to end horrible internships for good!
What you might not know is that there are huge, huge benefits for people who serve as mentors.
In short, everything in your life is about to change…and for the better.
When you’re a mentor for someone, you’ll find new opportunities open up for you, your business will expand and your client base and network will grow.
Click below and see for yourself…
We all want to be on top of things, build our businesses and take our firms to the next level.
But sometimes we just get overloaded and our focus is pulled away by a mountain of tasks and to-do’s.. We end up spending our days running around desperately trying to check things off our lists.
We believe that well-trained interns are the answer to your problems.
How? When you empower them through quality training, they help you focus more time on sales and business development.
Here’s what Susannah of 11:11 Events (Austin, Texas) had to say about The Apprentice Program:
Don’t you hate it when people take FOREVER to reply to your emails?
Why do people do that?
I mean, c’mon…how hard is it to reply back with a simple “yes/no” or at least a “got it, working on it now?”
We’ve heard this is a huge, huge problem amongst #eventprofs these days, especially those that work with Millennials on their team.
So, we’ve come up with 3 tips on how to solve this email dilemma, once and for all…
We all want to work with GREAT people.
I mean, really…who wants to surround themselves with anything less?
The truth is, your prospective interns are competing against each other to get a position within your company, but keep in mind, you too are competing against hundreds (if not thousands) of other companies to get the top picks in your city, both inside and outside the events industry.