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Articles on mentoring

Books on mentoring

  • Starting Strong: A Mentoring Fable by Lois J. Zachary and Lory A. Fischler. Recommended by Ken Guenther. A fable outlining the first 90 days of a mentoring relationship between an energetic young man and a senior leader in the company. The mentee has big career ambitions but also struggles with his supervisor's leadership and has significant issues in relating to others. The book outlines the various conversations that are necessary in a mentoring relationship. It demonstrates the importance of confronting mentees in areas of weakness and structuring times of review in the mentoring relationship. This book is a good introduction to mentoring, helping to set expectations for prospective mentees and some guidelines and helpful questions for would-be mentors.
  • Connecting: The Mentoring Relationships You Need to Succeed in Life by Paul D. Stanley and J. Robert Clinton. Recommended by Ken Guenther.
  • Lead in Light of Eternity by Stacy Rinehart. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink. Available for purchase or as a free PDF download.
  • Mentoring Conversations by Herman Moldez. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink.
  • Deep Mentoring by Randy Reese and Robert Loane. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink. “The best recent book on mentoring from my perspective.”
  • Mentoring Leaders by Carson Pue. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink.
  • Mentoring Matters by Orrin Woodward. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink.
  • Mentoring: How to Invest Your Life in Others by Tim Elmore. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink.
  • Launching a Leadership Revolution: Mastering the Five Levels of Influence by Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward. Recommended by Marvin Brubacher. Not specifically about mentoring but more about developing leaders.

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