Mentoring 101

Mentoring 101

Mentorship is vital whether you are a young professional just starting out, or a seasoned veteran in your field. Maintain a variety of mentoring relationships to boost your professional competencies. 

Look specifically for these three types…

  • A person who is older/wiser: someone who has more expertise than you because of their past experiences 
  • A peer: someone who can share what’s working well for them and what isn’t 
  • A younger mentee: someone to help you learn more about current trends and the generation that’s coming up next

Rob Hoskins

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Rob Hoskins is the President of OneHope. Since taking leadership of OneHope in 2004 he has continued to advance the vision of God’s Word. Every Child. by partnering with local churches to help reach more than 1.7 BILLION children and youth worldwide with a contextualized presentation of God’s Word.

2 thoughts on “Mentoring 101

  1. You are extremely right about these words on mentorship. If I didn’t have mentors in my life, who taught me how to lead, corrected me with love when I committed mistakes, I wouldn’t have become the person and the leader I’m today. I got a new insight too, of having a younger mentee: someone to help you learn more about current trends and the generation that’s coming up next. I’m 43 years old, but there some realities I don’t understand in this current world that younger than me can master. Going to them will allow me to discover new things.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Iron sharpens iron. We need help and we need to help. It is part of what it means to live the abundant life. Thank you for distilling and bring forward the foundational truths that inspire us to action, Rob!

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