I'm quite passionate about teaching, as I strongly believe that with the right motivation and the perfect supporting material (intuitive and self-explanatory lecture slides, examples, strong motivations, etc.), everybody can achieve what they want, provided enough time is available for studying.
I recall where I didn't invest my time because I thought I'd not be 'good enough', and how I've been "turned" into an "over-achiever" (with sufficient self-esteem) when I was a young student due to some senior academic who put his trust in me and motivated me. (Kudos!)
I just believe that most students who are struggling are mostly doing so because they didn't have the right mentor to give them the self-esteem they need and deserve to trust in their capabilities to achieve as best as they could. I believe that such lacking self-esteem or frustration is one of the core causes for not fulfilling one's full potential. I am convinced that it's the convenor's responsibility to eliminate those issues by perfectionizing the material as much as possible and encouraging and supporting every single person -- no matter at which level of performance they currently stand.
I constantly try to improve my material to produce easy to understand material that supports learning. I thus always actively ask for any sort of critique to continuously improve myself and the students' teaching experience (otherwise I might think something is great whereas in reality it's perceived quite differently...)
In line of what I mentioned above, I enjoy mentoring the most, even more than doing research on my own, I'd rather supervise more undergraduate, graduate, or PhD students -- to motivate and support them (after all, you even get more research output this way, while interacting with and learning from the next generation). On the surface, I might not seem like an overly friendly person (I am quite direct; I've been told that this is typical for Germans), but that's just the surface! I deeply care for other people, and I always sacrifice all my time to support others if they need it, which translates into my devotion into mentoring and teaching.