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20 Jan Greatest Leadership Lessons From My Wedu Mentor

Our Rising Stars share valuable leadership lessons from their Wedu Mentors and how it’s shaping their leadership development.

LEADERS TAKE RISKS

“My mentor said that a good leader is always ready to step out of his or her comfort zone and that trying is the most important step in order to succeed.”

Sujata Baskota, Tribhuvan University Shankardev Campus 

GOALS EVOLVE 

“My mentor taught me that it’s okay to change your goals with time because it’s an ongoing process of knowing what I really want to do in the future”
 Menuka Gurung, Bangkok University

SKY’S THE LIMIT

“The greatest leadership advice that my mentor has given me is to follow my dreams and never limit myself at any circumstances. I was born in a society that taught me that beauty and money were the most powerful resources in life but after talking to my mentor, I learned, that education is the most important bridge to opportunities.”

Chanty Bit, Asia-Pacific International University 

FACE YOUR FEARS

“ The greatest leadership lesson I learned from my mentor is to confront my fears and that I should not be intimidated by difficult situations and responsibilities.”
 Phearong Sdeung, Royal University of Law and Economics

LEADERS LISTEN

” My mentor showed me to become an active listener and that inspired me to become a better listener myself.”

Rashida Hussein, Mahidol University

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