On Mentoring

A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they will never sit in.”

— Greek Proverb
Quoted in Mentor Like Jesus
by Regi Campbell
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  • http://ruach.wordpress.com David

    As evangelicals, do you think we understand this? Maybe not? Everyone is too busy?

    Thank you for making the time to invest in others through your blogging. It is bringing shade all around the world!

  • Aussiebird

    Jesus changed the whole world forever by focusing on each person he was with at the time. What a Godly concept. What a powerful example of caring and love. What a dynamic tool.

  • Daniel Herman

    I would welcome the opportunity to add to my professional library, and the work of Ken Blanchard & Phil Hodges on the subject of Leading Like Jesus, the work of Regi Campbell entitled "Mentor Like Jesus". "I consider the Mentor/Protege Relationship central to developing leaders, business development practices, and the management of intellectual capital & business intelligence." The "best" Leaders and Managers in the Private & Public Sectors understand the central importance of developing & nurturing relationships; therefore, their roles as Mentors and Proteges define their Professional Brands, and are their most significant skill sets. Look forward to making a contribution in elevating the understanding of the Mentor/Protege Relationship.

  • ann

    I'd love to mentor someone some day–I have had a lot of people invest in me and am waiting for an opportunity to overcome fear and do the same! Jesus is my role model; with him all things are possible!

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  • http://uma-maheswaran.blogspot.com/ Uma Maheswaran S

    Its all due to people who are extremely liberal and are generously spirited to build others. Their magnanimity and munificence has no bounds.