Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is congratulating Johanna Wood, Groups & Training Manager with Helloworld Travel as one of its two “Partners First” Australian travel industry sponsored scholarships with TIME.
Johanna will enjoy a six-month mentoring experience with TIME sponsored by NCL to help her achieve her individual career goals and objectives.
“I am extremely pleased and honoured to have been awarded the NCL scholarship to participate in the TIME Program,” said Johanna.
“I am excited to see what the next six months with my mentor brings. I am looking forward to broadening my knowledge in areas such as negotiations, leadership and brand-building.
“Thank you to NCL for this amazing opportunity to further my career in the industry that we all love.”
NCL’s Sales Director AUNZ Damian Borg added: “The partnership between TIME and NCL is an example of our Partners First Promise. It is also an opportunity for us to give back to the travel community.
Previous TIME mentor and mentee Angela Middleton, NCL’s Senior Sales Manager AUNZ, credits the program with accelerating her career, and she congratulated Johanna on her quality application.
“I would like to personally congratulate Johanna and I encourage other ambitious travel partners to consider applying for this rewarding initiative,” commented Angela Middleton.
TIME’s professionally matched six-month mentor-mentee program invites each mentee to identify their career objectives before undertaking fortnightly one-on-one meetings with their mentor.
In return, mentors provide guidance, advice and constructive feedback to help build the mentee’s skills, knowledge and self-confidence.
Mentees learn leadership competencies and new ways of thinking while gaining professional experience and a deeper understanding of the importance of culture, vision and values to their careers.
NCL’s “Partners First” scholarships are specifically designed for travel agency senior consultants or owner/managers aged 18 or over who are working full-time and have at least one year’s industry experience. Interested agents should apply by clicking here.
for more on TIME, head to www.travelindustrymentor.com.au
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