Years of pursuing personal goals and ambitions will inevitably add to your own collective experience and the value you bring. Mentors are people with a special mindset and desire to help others by sharing this experience.
And along the line some mentors might even realize that doing this, is the very definition of success.

“Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value”
– Einstein

Being a mentor takes time and effort but in the end you get a lot more than you give

It’s a well-established fact people who act as mentors are more likely to be successful in their own careers. And with the WLM program, you will have the best conditions to reach your full potential.
There are many excellent reasons to become a mentor.

You become a better leader

It’s likely that you already are a skilled leader. However, through mentoring, you will learn to work with people to whom you don’t have a natural connection, demonstrating patience with those in need of guidance. Helping them find the best path forward will hone your natural leader skills. The more you work at leadership on a one-to-one basis, the more you’ll improve in larger group settings.

You shape the leaders of tomorrow

Many of the mentees will move on to become leaders over the years. As a mentor, you will be a big part of shaping them. And you will be able to someday say, “I was there.”
That is not a bad legacy to leave.

You stay young and sharp

Very often, you will end up working with younger mentees, sometimes much younger than oneself.
They think and act differently. To know them is to understand them. The intimacy of a mentoring relationship will offer you new insight into the younger generation.

You learn things twice

By passing on what you’ve learned the hard way, you clarify and embed the lessons within yourself. This is an excellent way to boost your self-confidence.

You will make a difference in someone elses life

Despite all the personal rewards that mentoring will give you, there is nothing like the feeling of making a positive difference in someone else’s life.