The value of mentorship

Anthony Mangos
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2 min readJan 14, 2021


A lot has been written about the value of mentorship and for good reason. For centuries people have looked to those that have the experience, delivered success, and even more importantly, failed repeatedly along the way to learn from and help them achieve more.

With the rapid advancements in technology, the rise of digital transformation, and the constantly evolving working environment, access to experience, insight, and guidance is arguably more important now than ever.

So, why do you need a mentor — or ‘Mavin’ as we call them at Mavardo?

They help you tackle challenges

A Mavin can bring a fresh set of eyes and a new perspective to the career challenges you are facing. Often we are too close to the details and can’t see the forest for the trees. An unbiased, new perspective can add a lot of value, quickly. Additionally, a Mavin may be able to explain concepts that you haven’t fully grasped or understood. Make the most of their expertise, you can ask ALL the questions you want!

They can help you to set and achieve your career goals

A career path is never straightforward, even when you are clear on where you want to get to. Navigating the opportunities, challenges, and forks in the road will have a huge impact on where your career goes. Leverage a collection of experts who have walked the path before, to help avoid a misstep.

They will pass on their professional know-how

Thanks to the relationship that you’ll develop with your Mavin, you’ll get real-life insights from decades of first-hand experience.

Carefully consider the challenges you are faced with, and who the best Mavin might be to help. Depending on your needs, that may not be a single Mavin, but numerous. With Mavardo, you have access to a range of experts, when and where you need them, for short-term engagements — enabling you to achieve more.

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Don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we can help you make the right decision.



Anthony Mangos
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