I joined Micro Mentor to serve international clients. Through mentoring I have revisited many of the countries in which I had dealings in my professional career, such as Vietnam, Pakistan, Australia, India, Taiwan, South Korea and others.
I have also learned a great deal by supporting small business entrepreneurs in locales like France, Italy, Central and South America, India and African clients in countries like Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, and Uganda.
The forms of government and the religious beliefs and languages among my clients have been a real mix, but the needs of the small enterprise have very common threads...The most common thread I see that passes through them all is their desire to succeed.
The MicroMentor site has grown extensively with translation and outreach designs an expanded Q&A feature and other assets that cultivate the type of communication with entrepreneurs I value. I view MicroMentor much like a garden—a place to plant seeds, a place to grow fruitful enterprises and a place to harvest personal satisfaction and the gratitude of others.
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- Helping/ assisting others
- Sponsorship/ donation
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- Development through many sources
- Obeying by his dependants Others.
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In my opinion, the main benefits of being a mentor are as follows: 1. The opportunity of enhancing your professional network; 2. Understanding the value you have to offer; 3. A satisfaction from giving back; 4. Your expertise grows in the process of mentoring others.
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Jude hello. To the aforementioned factors, I would add that the mentor continues to learn while teaching. You learn about new realities, ways of thinking, perspectives, creativity, optimization, etc.
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You can improve your business, you can increase yur incomes. you can develop steps to go to the top in the global companies.
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The benefit is mentoring empowers mentors to improve their soft skills, develops questioning active listening skills, boosts emotional intelligence, teaches leadership and job satisfaction To bring about a positive change by offering training, consulting and educating solutions, to the various groups of people to create a Knowledgeable, intellectual, pleasant and peaceful future.
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1 Increased self-confidence 2. Increased self-awareness 3. Leadership skill development 4. Strong communication skills 5. Art of delivering feedback 6. Art of asking questions 7. Becoming a good listener 8. Exposure to new and different perspectives 9. Growing a personal network 10. Increased chance of promotion 11. Increased job satisfaction 12. Supporting another person Paying it forward 13. Learning from someone else
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When it comes to Mentoring, there are so many things that helps the mentor bellow are some few ones Increased self-confidence, Increased self-awareness, Leadership skill development, Strong communication skills, Art of delivering feedback, Art of asking questions, Becoming a good listener, Exposure to new and different perspectives, Growing a personal network, Increased chance of promotion, Increased job satisfaction, Supporting another person, Paying it forward Learning from someone else,