Many Halftime Alumni have had rich and rewarding experiences mentoring younger leaders in their business careers.
When we ask them what they enjoyed most about their day-to-day work, they often say it was seeing those behind them find success and grow as individuals and leaders.
So, it’s natural that mentoring is a portion of what many Halftimers want to do in their next season. But without the corporate structure, it’s hard to know exactly where to start:
– Where would you find these emerging leaders, what material would be most helpful?
– Doesn’t it seem prideful to ask someone if they want you to mentor them… as if we have all the answers?
– Are there existing platforms that would help me match up with the right kind of mentees?
– Are there new skills I need for mentoring in a whole life context vs. just career?
Rick Woolworth is a Halftime Alum, longtime mentee of Bob Buford, and 35-year veteran of Wall Street. Lloyd and Rick have been friends for 20+ years and together have been deeply engaged in this kind of work.
In 2010 Rick formed something called Telemachus Network — building a community of emerging and experienced leaders engaged in mentoring relationships and inter-generational friendships.
In this brief webinar, you will discover why mentoring is a highly leveraged use of time, plus glean simple ideas to begin and best practices + resources to help.