Mentors want to develop the passions, knowledge, and talents of others. You see the potential in people and bring out the best in them. You are drawn to people and helping them be successful, and it may even be a specific group of people like children, young adults, or adults. Mentors love to impart, coach, and empower. You love to see things thrive and actualize. Mentors work hard to see ideas bloom and flourish, to see people step out into their destinies. Mentors are the quintessential multiplier, developing impactors through your relationships.
patience, communication, and enthusiasm
Programs for Mentors
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