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Sheila Tria, MBA, RYT Mentor

Location
Lorton, Virginia, United States of America
Mentor Industry
Nonprofit/Social Enterprise
Languages spoken
  • English
  • Tagalog
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How I can help

My professional background

Human Resources Executive with over 10+ years of comprehensive human resources experiences comprising of talent acquisition and retention, diversity and inclusion, succession planning, conflict resolution, change management, and benefits administration. Proven experience in collaborating with senior management to conduct human resources strategic planning to support, design, and develop an agile workforce that is responsive to the changing needs of the industry.


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What I can offer

Human Resources Executive with over 10+ years of comprehensive human resources experiences comprising of talent acquisition and retention, diversity and inclusion, succession planning, conflict resolution, change management, and benefits administration. Proven experience in collaborating with senior management to conduct human resources strategic planning to support, design, and develop an agile workforce that is responsive to the changing needs of the industry.

My expectations for a successful mentoring relationship

Sometimes, young professionals feel like they need to have an answer for everything. After all, having answers has likely been a big part of their career success thus far. However, in a mentoring relationship, you aren’t being tested, and you don’t have to know all the answers. A good mentor will ask some challenging questions, and it’s okay if you aren’t sure about the answers. Listen and reflect on what your mentor is sharing, and think about how their experiences and hard-won lessons learned relate to your current situation.

How entrepreneurs can prepare before we start

Be upfront. Let your mentor know what your goals are and what you hope to take away from the program