What makes a GOOD MENTOR?
They say that a "mentor" is different from a "supervisor" and I totally agree with that. I have come across good mentors but not necessarily good supervisors. There seem to be a thin line between the two. What criteria could we make in order to point out the difference or reconcile them altogether.
Thanks for this question, Giopski! I didn't realize I had so many thoughts on this topic until I began composing my answer. I have removed the content of my answer and will be writing a hub on this topic. Thank you again for the inspiration.
a supervisor checks on you and the work that you produce while a mentor teaches you on how to produce good work. a good mentor should be patient and organised and systematic
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