Are you at the head of a non-profit, a charity, a social activist organization, a political committee, a grassroots organization, or some other type of organization? Are you making the best use of both your volunteers and your paid personnel? Are you doing a good job of recruiting more volunteers? How is your fund-raising coming along? Are you planning events, whether for publicity, for fund-raising, or to reward your workers? Do you sometimes feel you’re swimming against the tide, trying to stretch an already impossibly thin budget, trying to get too much done with too few people to do it?
You need to make one more investment—but it’s a worthwhile one. A mentor can show you how to make the best use of your resources—financial, human, and time. A mentor can show you how to get the best response from the members of the public you’re trying to reach. A mentor can help you get better results from your fundraising efforts.
In short, a mentor can help you across the board, with all your organization’s needs and help you to be more effective, more productive, and more cost-effective.
So what are you waiting for?