Posts by Author: 10 posts by Steve

Mentoring in the workplace

Horringer Court Community Church, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 2EX

I’ve come to see mentoring as a framework that helps facilitate a certain kind of relationship.  A relationship between two people that are at different places on a very long journey.  It isn’t that the Mentors journey is a map

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A little while ago I attended a big Christian Conference… I went feeling excited, but fairly tired and frustrated, particularly in relation to mentoring. A couple of mentoring sessions hadn’t quite gone to (my!) plan, and was starting to develop

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Hi my name is Helle and I’m a Schools Worker in North Shields. (Google maps will give you a beautiful picture of the sea and the mouth of the river Tyne!)I work for the Methodist Church but the LEA likes

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I have had the joy and opportunity to both be a mentor and be mentored myself.  Being mentored has had a great impact on my life and has affected some of the decisions that I have made.  I personally have

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In this guest article may we introduce Peter Nevland – an incredible poet and musician from Austin Texas whose infectious and thought provoking performances (not poetry but “spoken groove”) are wowing audiences both here and across America.  I remember well

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Reflections after a mentoring session

A reflection on the benefits of being mentored from Matt Wild, who lives in Peterborough… PERSPECTIVE The mentoring relationship has enabled me to gain a perspective on my life that is bigger. Mentoring has provided formulation in my life good

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Mentoring is journeying. It is being there… in the good seasons…in the tough seasons…