Ask the best leaders in any organization how they learned to be successful, and you often hear the same answer: They had good mentors. Now, international leadership expert John Maxwell gives the bottom line on mentoring in one short, easy-to-listen-to volume.
In Mentoring 101 he gives the steps needed to effectively reproduce your success in someone else. He explains how to choose the right person to mentor, how to create the right environment for leaders to thrive and grow, and how to get started.
What if you spent your entire life achieving but never shared your wisdom with anyone else? Don't let your success end with you. As a mentor you can create a legacy that will last long after you are done listening.
©2008 John C. Maxwell (P)2015 Thomas Nelson Publishers
The best content packed book I have come across in terms of the what and how of mentorship. John Maxwell is cited as the Guru of leadership, and this is clear proof why he can boast for that title. The narrator does not do the book justice though; for me this book required someone with a deep, passionate voice and that was missing crucially. Nevertheless, it still remains a must-listen for anyone who is already mentoring or looking to start as a mentor - this work should be an essential part of your library.
"Listen and repeat."
As always, enjoyed the materials shared and learned even more from the personal side. Thanks
"Dated and preachy"
It may have been useful once; attempts to be inspirational but overuses 'always' and 'never', which on second thought....Overlooks the power of context; in my view, rather than thoughtful and instructive is preachy.
I always say That I don't know everything and can always learn something new and this book helped in so many ways as a leader! I highly recommend this book if you are building a team in network marketing or if your about to!
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