mentoring

5 Ways to Leave a Legacy Through Mentoring

5 Ways to Leave a Legacy Through Mentoring

Mentoring in retirement sounds like a wonderful idea. “Invest in the next generation. Share your life experience. Feel a renewed sense of purpose.” But in reality, far too often mentoring feels awkward for both mentor and mentee. The best mentoring relationships often look more like intergenerational friendship.

Great Mentors Focus on the Whole Person, Not Just Their Career

Great Mentors Focus on the Whole Person, Not Just Their Career

Originally published by Harvard Business Review — Rick Woolworth, a good friend of FDE/FDI, has been a Wall Street executive and mentor for 35 years. He argues “aspiring leaders need more and better mentoring than they’re getting today.”

I Go in the Snow

I Go in the Snow

This article is from our friends at Radical Mentoring — an intentional small group mentoring process to help you engage your men, build your core group of leaders, and transform your church. This post ponders Matthew 9:13 and the meaning of mentoring.

Stop Praying for your Business to Succeed

Stop Praying for your Business to Succeed

Adam Metcalf reflects on the early years of ZeeMee where he was consumed with self-centered prayer. “I was praying constantly for the success of ZeeMee and for our investors to have a great return. Don’t get me wrong, these aren’t bad things to pray for! They just aren’t the best things.”

The 7 Most Common Mistakes of Coaches

The 7 Most Common Mistakes of Coaches

In this post, Dr. John Ng of Eagles Leadership Institute out of Singapore discusses why coaching has become a necessary tool for managers and leaders today but how many coaches do not perform well in their roles. The reasons why range from planning to chemistry to just simply talking too much!

How to Be a Great Mentor

How to Be a Great Mentor

Rick Woolworth shares his top tips on how to be a great mentor -  1) Share your stories; 2) Mentor the whole person; 3) Introduce your mentee to your network. He also reminds us that “mentoring is not only wonderfully rewarding, it is one of the few things we do where we get better with age. By utilizing the three practices presented here … you can become a more effective mentor and have a generative impact that will be felt for years to come.”