Social entrepreneurs need mentors to guide them through the tough times and counsel them of effective ways. It helps them avoid the usual pitfalls. Mentors have gone through such initiatives of several other people in the past, and so are aware about the hurdles these social entrepreneurs are likely to face at each stage. These mentors provide the entrepreneurs with the right doze of management training. Mentors are also usually very well connected and can help the subject get in touch with several key stakeholders. This could be useful for securing donors, marketing, strategic partnerships or sourcing final customers even. Mentors will also weed out common execution gaps so the social entrepreneur will be effective in leading people, developing programmes and earning business projects.


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