Femme Lead

Live Q&A Session #6: Building a career in Management Consulting with Ceyda Haga, Principal at Kearney.

December 19, 2020 Alexandra Ciobotaru Season 1 Episode 17
Femme Lead
Live Q&A Session #6: Building a career in Management Consulting with Ceyda Haga, Principal at Kearney.
Chapters
1:30
Mentorship: How do you know it is time to find a mentor?
3:20
How can listeners find a mentor if they are not part of a mentorship circle with their employer?
5:40
How do you incentivize people to take time on mentorship when the client projects get overbearing?
8:25
In terms of long term career progression, what has been some of the pros/cons of moving every 2-3 years?
11:20
What have been some personal consequences of moving around? In terms of building relationships or a private economy?
16:26
What mindset and values drove you in moving ranks?
20:21
How do you separate your professional life from your personal life? How did you balance your journey in different countries?
25:30
Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?
26:20
Were you able to choose projects that you would work with?
30:10
Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?
35:00
What do you think about this sentence ‘Focus on what makes you different, not what makes you the same’
Femme Lead
Live Q&A Session #6: Building a career in Management Consulting with Ceyda Haga, Principal at Kearney.
Dec 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
Alexandra Ciobotaru

In this live session, Ceyda Atay Haga, Principal at Kearney Nordic shares pieces of advice on mentorship, moving abroad, and building a career across borders, as well as the state of recruiting and how can more women join this field.

Read Ceyda’s recent articles:  

https://finansavisen.no/nyheter/telekom/2020/10/02/7573195/kearney-mener toget-holder-pa-a-ga-fra-telenor-og-telia 

https://www.kearney.com/covid-19/article/?/a/10-ways-to-use-digital-to strengthen-your-customer-experience-amid-the-covid-19-pandemic 

https://www.kearney.com/communications-media-technology/article?/a/winning in-sales-through-technology

Episode Timeline:

01:30 Mentorship: How do you know it is time to find a mentor?

03:20 How can listeners find a mentor if they are not part of a mentorship circle with their employer?

05:40 How do you incentivize people to take time on mentorship when the client projects get overbearing? 

08:25 In terms of long term career progression, what has been some of the pros/cons of moving every 2-3 years?

11:20 What have been some personal consequences of moving around? In terms of building relationships or a private economy?

16:26 What mindset and values drove you in moving ranks?

20:21 How do you separate your professional life from your personal life? How did you balance your journey in different countries?

26:20 Were you able to choose projects that you would work with?

30:10 Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?

35:00  What do you think about this sentence ‘Focus on what makes you different, not what makes you the same’?

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this live session, Ceyda Atay Haga, Principal at Kearney Nordic shares pieces of advice on mentorship, moving abroad, and building a career across borders, as well as the state of recruiting and how can more women join this field.

Read Ceyda’s recent articles:  

https://finansavisen.no/nyheter/telekom/2020/10/02/7573195/kearney-mener toget-holder-pa-a-ga-fra-telenor-og-telia 

https://www.kearney.com/covid-19/article/?/a/10-ways-to-use-digital-to strengthen-your-customer-experience-amid-the-covid-19-pandemic 

https://www.kearney.com/communications-media-technology/article?/a/winning in-sales-through-technology

Episode Timeline:

01:30 Mentorship: How do you know it is time to find a mentor?

03:20 How can listeners find a mentor if they are not part of a mentorship circle with their employer?

05:40 How do you incentivize people to take time on mentorship when the client projects get overbearing? 

08:25 In terms of long term career progression, what has been some of the pros/cons of moving every 2-3 years?

11:20 What have been some personal consequences of moving around? In terms of building relationships or a private economy?

16:26 What mindset and values drove you in moving ranks?

20:21 How do you separate your professional life from your personal life? How did you balance your journey in different countries?

26:20 Were you able to choose projects that you would work with?

30:10 Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?

35:00  What do you think about this sentence ‘Focus on what makes you different, not what makes you the same’?

Mentorship: How do you know it is time to find a mentor?
How can listeners find a mentor if they are not part of a mentorship circle with their employer?
How do you incentivize people to take time on mentorship when the client projects get overbearing?
In terms of long term career progression, what has been some of the pros/cons of moving every 2-3 years?
What have been some personal consequences of moving around? In terms of building relationships or a private economy?
What mindset and values drove you in moving ranks?
How do you separate your professional life from your personal life? How did you balance your journey in different countries?
Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?
Were you able to choose projects that you would work with?
Why do management consulting companies generally receive a lot more applications from men than women? How to change that and make the industry as a whole more appealing to women?
What do you think about this sentence ‘Focus on what makes you different, not what makes you the same’