Post Tag: mentor

Working with Younger Leaders

I realized something this week.  I have always thought of myself as a “young” or “youthful” leader.  I’m full of energy, life, vision and passion.  I’m moving forward and excited about the direction God’s taking me in. But… Even though

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The Art of Caring

It takes “the art of caring” to mentor someone! Care can be defined as: #1)  Serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution:  she devotes great care to her work The act of caring takes commitment and devotion.  You can’t just care when

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Coaching and Mentoring

I was asked recently what I thought the difference was between “coaching” and “mentoring”. This caused me to think about some specific people in my life over the years that have played a part in my personal growth and development.

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You have a Gift

Do you spend most of your time trying to be like someone else?  When we talk about mentoring, we’re talking about the ability to learn from others:  to sharpen your skills, to expand your influence, to grow in a number

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Follow the Leader

Do you remember playing the game, “Follow the Leader” when you were a kid?  Pretty simple really…. someone is put in the “leader” role, and everyone else lines up behind them and follows, mimicking everything they do.  When the game

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Mentoring 101

I was recently sitting in a leadership training course in South Africa and a young leader asked me, “What does it really look like to have a mentor?”  He didn’t ask me what it meant to “be” a mentor, he

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