// Mixpanel implementation The Mentoring Club - Piero Gandini

Hi, I´m Piero Gandini, a citizen of the world, and a motivator of change.

I am a mentor, a challenger, an active listener, an accomplice, or simply a human companion on your transformation journey.

I inspire leaders, professionals, entrepreneurs, and new generations who look forward and who want to transform themselves to grow professionally and personally, walking towards a better future.

I’ve developed my own methodology for mentoring in a unique, kind, and fun way.

I will gently challenge and give you different perspectives.

You may hear from me what nobody dares to tell you.

Together we will build the path for you to continue forward.

My Mentoring Topics

  • Change & Transformation
  • Leadership
  • Purpose
  • Inclusion
  • Creativity
  • Creating positive impact
  • Unlearning as a base for a new journey
C.
12.January 2022

I had the chance to jump on a few sessions with Piero and it was great. He's really knowledgeable and structured it will feel like going on an adventure where at every stop you will get to know yourself a bit more and you will find inspiration in the content Piero will share with you. Highly recommended!

A.
22.December 2021

I appreciate having this great conversation and energy. I've got some wonderful questions to reflect upon.

B.
23.November 2021

Thank you for your time yesterday Piero. I found it incredibly helpful, practical and also inspiring. Many thanks!

R.
19.November 2021

Absolutely helpful!

I must say, I took good decision in selecting Piero as mentor. It was a wonderful session. All my questions, doubts were answered with appropriate examples from Piero's own life journey (which he openly shared with me). I learnt a lot from him especially on topic of "How to take decisions".

Thanks a lot Piero

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