The desire to pass on wisdom and expertise to others is the basic tenet of leadership. Great leaders in history have made it a priority to build and evolve others into leadership roles. A mentor is a guide, a consultant, a teacher, and a teacher (Sinha, Chazal, & Cullen, 2015). He or she cares more for helping someone than about gaining credit. Mentoring should also be described as a characteristic of leadership.
Awareness of leadership and the part they play in the profession is fundamental. Good governance is the focal point for the management of a company. In addition, their decision to develop others comes with other positions, including; Guide: leaders teach others various techniques for identifying solutions and thereby relying on themselves. For example, leaders recognize the problems facing their juniors and instead of providing a solution, they direct them on how to find the answers. Therefore, it is important to note that leaders teach the juniors to be successful by assisting them to become self-successful.
Build: leader develop the juniors through providing direction and opportunity. They also craft structures and processes of channeling the advancement and progression of their subordinates. Their goal is thus “others” oriented.
Inspire: leaders play a role in the motivation of the junior employees. They have a love for life and are highly optimistic, with their energy being contagious. Therefore, leaders drive individuals to success by encouraging them to believe in themselves. Moreover, they create a pattern to follow.
I have the desire of leading others. The information discussed above shows some of the ways leaders assist they juniors. Therefore, as a prospective entrepreneur, this information can help me accede in my ladders of success by attaching myself to a senior leader.
Sinha, S. S., Chazal, R. A., & Cullen, M. W. (2015). Mentorship, Leadership, and Teamwork.