Do allow them to share their knowledge, empower and inspire you to gain trust in your own inner teacher when you are ready. Don't expect them to spoon-feed you or take action for you. Do show appreciation and respect to your mentor. Don't be afraid to ask for clarity, but be succinct in your questions. Take notes; if you ask for their advice, don't argue with it. Let them know your results, in case your actions and thought processes need tweaking.
Note of caution: Be wary if a teacher, mentor, workshop leader, coach, or healer seems to have an inflated sense of their own enlightenment and encourages dependence in their followers. Sometimes it is based on the financial and emotional needs of the teacher, in which case they are not being wise and clear in regards to you and it is time for you to move on.
It also might just be time to sit in your own power and newfound trust in your intuition. Just recognize that the people and situations you deal with every day have much to teach you if you are open to receive their wisdom. Everyone is your teacher, even those who teach you by showing you what you don't want to do. Just set the intention daily to be wise enough to recognize the teachers and lessons that you encounter, and be open to receiving their wisdom.