Mentorship vs. Accountability

Mentorship vs. Accountability

Mentorship is not for accountability. You should have other people and structures in your life for accountability. In fact, you should actually consult those you are accountable to before adding a new mentor or mentee.

In my case, I’m held accountable by several parties. There’s my presidential care team, my wife, and a board of directors for OneHope. All of these people help me stay on track with where I should be and help me dream and strategize where I should be going. 

For example, if your spouse wants you to spend more time with the kids, and you commit to two new mentees, you’re going to let someone down. Make sure everyone is on the same page before you act.

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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 2 BILLION children and youth worldwide with a contextualized presentation of God’s Word.

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