Mentor Month Podcast – The Importance of Building Strong Mentorships

AIM Consulting

January is Mentor Month, and at AIM Consulting, we value building strong relationships, empower you to succeed, and foster a fellowship of knowledge, diversity, inclusion, and personal achievements.

AIM’s Director of Recruiting, Clare Sexton-Stern, joins us for a conversation around how she formed her own mentorships at AIM with President Nate Eimers and Managing Director Megan Stephens. She shares how they have impacted her career and how she now mentors her own team. Clare gives advice and insight into making the most of your mentorships and why taking advantage of these relationships can excel in your personal and professional life.


Clare Sexton-Stern

Meet Clare Sexton-Stern

Clare is AIM Consulting Minneapolis’ Director of Recruiting. She has been with AIM for over four years and enjoys watching her team grow as well as coaching them to reach their highest potential. Clare started at AIM as recruiter and then moved into a Senior Recruiting role. She is originally from Minneapolis, however she left the Twin Cities to attend the University of Wisconsin- Madison, graduating with degrees in Psychology, Human Development & Family Studies, and a minor in Business. Prior to AIM, Clare worked as a Sales Manager for Macy’s.


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