“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou
As an Influencer, your hidden superpower is your ability to form real connections with people and bring about change through influencing and interacting with them around you.
You like connecting with people and people are naturally drawn to you. You’re charismatic, personable and respected by the people that meet you. You’re great at winning people over to join your cause and ideas.
You are thoughtful and deliberate about your words. You’re not afraid to share your thoughts and opinions with the world and where possible, you try to see things from other people’s point of view and.
You see the people around you, at your workplace, at your university and within your community as a powerful force for good. As a leader, you are great at getting to the heart of the matter and seeing the true potential in other people.
Your tutoring and mentoring style
As an Influencer, you’re great at seeing the hidden potential in others. You’re also great at making meaningful and genuine connections with people. As a volunteer tutor or mentor, you’ll find it easy to connect with a young person and build a relationship based on trust and mutual respect. Your ability to see things from other people’s perspectives and your strength in communication will be invaluable when explaining new concepts and ideas to young people.
Your Ambassador Style
As an Influencer, you’re great at speaking to people and networking is not something that you shy away from. You’re great at connecting with people, listening to what they say and what they don’t say. You might enjoy getting involved with GT Scholars by becoming an ambassador. This could mean attending events and connecting with people on behalf of the charity. It could also mean connecting the charity with your wider network of friends and colleagues as well as other people within your company, university and community.