Mentoring Leaves No Child Behind:

The Art of Mentoring

By: Dr. Christopher D. Handy, Ph.D.

©Dr. Christopher D. Handy, Ph.D.

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Mentoring Leaves No Child Behind: The Art of Mentoring By: Dr. Christopher D. Handy, Ph. D.

Copyright 2012 Dr. Christopher D. Handy, Ph.D.

“A child is a person who is going to carry on what you have started.

That child is going to move in and take over your churches, schools, universities, and corporations. The fate of humanity will one day be in the hands of that child.”

Abraham Lincoln

Contents

Changing a Generation

What is happening to our youths?

The Importance Children

Recognizing who is my Neighbor?

What is Mentoring?

What is a Mentor?

Confidentiality

Behavior Indicators of Sexual Abuse

The Art of Mentoring

The Role of a Mentor

Terms Associated it Mentoring Includes

Keys to Mentoring

Look for way to say

The Relationship between the Mentee and Mentor

Tips on Mentoring

Pitfalls of Mentoring

Suggested Questions for Getting To Know Your Mentee

Suggested Activities for Mentor and Mentee

Listening Techniques

Play it by Ear

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