The Craft of Mentorship

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In this Community of Innovation podcast episode, Drs. Allison Sekuler and Rosanne Aleong welcome Brice Scheschuk, Managing Partner of Globalive Capital and co-founder of MindFrame Connect, and Dr. Ray Muzyka, founder of ThresholdImpact. Our guests will dive deep into the craft and discipline of mentorship as they talk about what it takes to become a great mentor. Tune in to hear the key principles of mentorship and ways to improve your mentoring skills.

Key Highlights

Dr. Allison Sekuler: “People aren’t born already knowing how to be the best possible mentor. It’s a learning process. [Our guests] talk a lot about how we need to treat mentorship as a discipline, something that we’re constantly learning about and asking for ways to improve…The guests do a great job of sharing some of those resources and tips with us.”

Dr. Rosanne Aleong: “Our guests really focus on the fact that mentoring can make you a better human full stop. The skills and traits that you bring to mentoring actually can spread across your entire life. [Our guests] mention that it can make you a better leader, a better partner, and a better parent. Things you bring to good mentoring are things you should bring to a good life.”

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Learn more about our guests

Brice Seschuk is the Managing Partner of Globalive Capital, the co-founder and former Chief Financial Officer of WIND Mobile, and the co-founder of MindFrame Connect, a not-for-profit focused on elevating the craft of mentorship and improving entrepreneurial resiliency. Brice has over twenty-five years of experience building and operating companies at Globalive, WIND Mobile, Leitch Technology, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He serves on numerous boards and advisory committees and is a frequent speaker on scale-up entrepreneurship and innovation

Dr. Ray Muzyka, originally trained as an MD, co-founded BioWare in the early 1990s. After two years of full-time medical practice, rural emergency room, and family medicine transitioned to part-time as he focused on his role as BioWare’s CEO for the next two decades, the last five years as Senior Vice President/Group General Manager of the BioWare division of Electronic Arts. Ray retired from video games in late 2012, and his third career chapter at ThresholdImpact is focused on sustainable, profitable impact investing – mentoring and angel investing in deep tech social enterprise, health, and medical innovations.

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