8 Responses to “Leadership Mentoring Program – Seven Good Reasons to Set One Up”

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  1. Kerrie says:

    Can you think of any more reasons to have a leadership mentoring program? Leave your thoughts as a comment below…

  2. Brian McLain says:

    Kerrie;

    I always enjoy your articles. They are concise, to the point and easily put into practise. This one on mentoring is over the top. I especially agree with your point that mentoring is many times as beneficial to the mentor as it is to the mentee. As mentees grow into mentors, this can only increase leadership capabilities through all levels of an organization. Thank you.

  3. High quality info, Kerrie – as always – you are a great resource for leaders at all levels.
    A couple more thoughts:
    Mentoring ensures real sustainability – the passing on of hard-learned knowledge to save the time and expense of experiential learning, to maintain cultural integrity, and to develop a core of true wealth for an organisation in knowledge and human capital.
    It cascades leadership vision and perspectives in a way that nothing else can – spreading a tide of collegial encouragement and support, so that the greatness of one leader can be passed on many times.
    We’ve seen that with John Nevin’s early work with NSAA, and I’ve now experienced it many times in organisations who are willing to establish a quality mentoring program that lasts.

  4. charlotte says:

    Interesting…

  5. Hilda Ervin says:

    This post is really a good one it helps new leaders, who are wishing for mentor.

  6. Kerrie says:

    Good luck with your leadership mentoring programs Hilda and Charlotte.

    Kind regards, Kerrie

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