Most of us in leadership will attribute who we are today to a variety of sources such as God, family, church, experience and mentoring relationships. In my own life I am very grateful for many types of mentors that God brought into my life.
Today is the intro for guidelines to great mentoring. Not all mentoring relationships work out well. Sometimes you both expect more than what happens. Sometimes it drifts off and never finishes. If we are not aware of some good guidelines the mentoring relationship can disappoint. Often a mentor does not know what to do to repair it or improve it. In the next 10 posts I want to share The 10 Commandments of Mentoring that I have learned about in the past 25 years. I look forward to hearing from you and what you have learned about this valuable topic.