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    Pages: 260
    Language: English
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Mentorship and leadership are indispensable to mould mankind in many directions. The influence of mentor and leader begins with the mother. Mentoring is a process of providing guidance to people for solving their problems. Leadership is a process of influencing people towards specific purposes. If future is an open page no mentoring is needed.

Great are the leaders whose mentors are great. Every leader has to play the role of mentor with his own followers. The present state of under development and suffering of the people can be attributed to poor mentoring and ineffective leading. India is a land of mentors who have mastered the methods and techniques of mentoring starting from Rishis, Sanyasis, grandparents, parents, teachers and priests who used to spend most of their time and efforts in mentoring people through parables and adages in which enough wit and wisdom has been stored. But, in the present day, mentoring has become a tough skill.

The deep desire of every individual is either to be a leader or a mentor. The test of civilization in a given social context is the quality of mentoring which shapes the intellect, character and excellence of people. Mentoring transforms from ‘what you have been to what you are likely to be’.

I have authored this book from my background as a teacher, writer, trainer, researcher and mentor. The content in this book is developed from the notes prepared from different sources for my lectures during the last four decades. Thus, I owe a great deal to several authors and participants from whom I have developed my ideas to amalgamate the concepts of leadership and mentorship.

- Acharya Seshaiah Kandamuru