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review 2014-12-15 00:00
The Heart of Mentoring: Ten Proven Principles for Developing People to Their Fullest Potential
The Heart of Mentoring: Ten Proven Principles for Developing People to Their Fullest Potential - David A. Stoddard,Robert J. Tamasy,Mac Brunson I did not finish this entire book, but I do think I got far enough through it to warrant a rating. All in all, I quite enjoyed this: it was a quick read full of interesting anecdotes. The author is clearly passionate about and experienced in his field, which I appreciated. My reason for not finishing is that the kind of mentoring I am doing (peer mentoring through a program at my school) makes the later chapters not entirely applicable, and also some of the information started to feel repetitive. Still, if you're looking for an inspirational read with a lot of great information for those looking to be effective mentors (or looking to be effectively mentored), I recommend you pick this up.
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text 2014-02-20 23:43

Westhill Know-how for UNICORN


carry out non-profitowy consulting project for the Association of Oncology Support Unicorn, acting on behalf of cancer patients and their support persons. As part of our collaboration will help the Association to build a long-term development strategy. The main challenge for Unicornu is to maintain and optimal use of the resulting beginning of the 2014 years of the Marshal of the Malopolska Region Training Centre "Green Down" . This is a difficult business project, so we decided to support the Association of our know-how. As part of the collaboration board of the Association receives support from us in strategic management and management of current activities and volunteer management. We hope that through the knowledge and experience of our consultants will develop in association "Green Dole" both existing statutory activities as well as new projects. Consultant dedicated to the project is Monika Juśkiewicz.


Noble team Westhill


Like last year joined the Team Noble packages . Through this project, the Christmas season is not only intenstywny, but valuable. Again we find that giving receives more than bestowing!


Project LEGEND!

Westhill Consulting for the third year in a row is a guest at the time of the Polish National Exhibition of Higher Schools. In our lectures involving more than 150 graduates. What a representative of the generation X can say Gen Y? PROJECT LEGEND! very pleased to undertake the conduct of such lectures. And so between us ... Emotions and stress before the audience is larger than the pursuit of strategic workshops for corporate board!

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review 2013-11-25 18:13
Review: Growing Up
Growing UP: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples - Robby Gallaty

Growing Up is the first in what will be a series of books aimed at being used as a resource in discipleship groups - Gallaty's church calls them D-Groups.


As I was reading the book, I couldn’t help feel like I was actually reading a compilation of many different, time-tested and well-known discipleship resources, quotes and tools. From Jerry Fine’s One on One with God to Avery Willis’ MasterLife to Navigators materials to Fighter Verses, Gallaty creates a one-stop guide.


One reality is for Growing Up is that it may have helpfully compiled discipleship processes from across the past 30 years and congealed them into this series of books.

Using the acrostic CLOSER, he helpfully instructs those who wish to be disciple makers in ways to help their disciples grow in their faith in God and practice of spiritual disciplines. Putting my quick synopsis in parentheses out beside each letter, CLOSER stands for:


  • Communicate (Prayer)
  • Learn (Study the Bible)
  • Obey (Do What It Says)
  • Store (Memorize and Meditate on Scripture)
  • Evangelize (Share Your Faith with Others)
  • Renew (Daily Quiet Time)

While GU has some great quotes to amplify the above, the person looking for new material or models should look elsewhere. The book doesn’t chart any new territory. It does offer some helpful and simple ways to teach things such as basic hermeneutics. Even so, it reads like it’s condensing and borrowing from other sources, such as Grasping God’s Word by Duvall and Hays.


See more on this on my blog: http://www.journeyguy.com/review-growing-up/

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review 2013-06-01 14:03
Christopher Hitchens – Letters to a Young Contrarian
Letters to a Young Contrarian - Christopher Hitchens

Advice from Christopher Hitchens told in the form of letters to young people who wish to become independent thinkers and contrarians, aka people who question the official position and authority. 


I personally didn't like the format of letters that much, but the essence of it, the advice on how to research  what to read to get yourself into the mindset of a contrarian, how to debate, and why you should debate are fascinating and brilliant. 


Highly recommended. 


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review 2013-04-06 15:34
Mentoring: The Strategy of the Master
Mentoring: The Strategy of the Master - Ron Lee Davis Mentoring: The Strategy of the Master by Ron Lee Davis (?)
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