It is often said that remarkable things happen when people follow their passions. However, just passion is often not enough to provide entrepreneurial success. Combining passion with knowledge and seeking the right guidance is the key step in making the possibility into a reality.
At Mentorwise, we dona��t just advice. Instead, we work on diving deep into an organisationa��s DNA; going beyond the shallow data and numbers and working from within, we aim to transform and empower our clients to identify their own shortcomings and then work together to create effective solutions and the means of achieving their stated goal.
We offer unbiased support and feedback, looking at the organisation from within and from outside, thus allowing us to accurately pinpoint problematic areas and processes and overcoming all the obstacles that hold back our clients from achieving their stated goal.
Our team of veteran mentors are here to mentor and guide our clients through the challenges and obstacles ailing them, transforming them from within and empowering them to take the next step towards achieving all that they are capable of.
What is Mentorship
Mentorship is a relationship where a more experienced person provides valuable insights and guidance in order to improve performances.
Mentorship is a complex process. At the very least, it requires looking at an organiszation from both a macro and a micro level. At ita��s most involved, it involves handholding and empowering the members of an organisation into identifying the ailing or misfiring processes and making suitable changes in order to help the organisation achieve and exceed its stated goals.
Mentorship is not a process. It is a series of steps in identifying everything that ails an organiszation. It is a technique, born as a result of years of experience and industry knowledge, a finely-honed craft, which requires the mentor to be both caring and yet firm at the same time. At its very best, mentorship takes the organiszation forward, turning around previously ailing organiszations and converting them into profitable and highly successful global players.
A mentor helps an organisation take those tough decisions which they may not have ideally taken, helps them identify the correct problem areas; a mentor talks tough when no one else will and also empowers when others dona��t know how to. A mentor can transform the organisation, turning a sickly organisation into a healthy and vibrant global giant.