Executive mentors such as SLDI's Dr. Mike Armour serve as guides to help you work through issues like the following.
Your own questions may be altogether different. No two people turn to executive mentoring with the same set of concerns, the same set of worrisome issues.
As a result, no two mentoring engagements are exactly alike. Executive mentoring builds around your questions. Your issues. Your challenges.
Mentoring by Dr. Mike Armour
As your mentor, Dr. Mike draws on a unique blend of leadership experience and mentoring know-how. A former college president, Navy captain, CEO of an international non-profit, Congressional candidate, and minister for large urban churches, he knows firsthand the challenges of demanding leadership positions.
Moreover, he has been a confidant and advisor to business owners, corporate leaders, and professional specialists for over 30 years. Hundreds of executives, managers, and entrepreneurs have reached their most cherished goals by tapping into his wisdom and experience.
Most importantly, Dr. Mike is a superb listener. His follow-on questions guide conversations effortlessly into valued insights which might otherwise go unnoticed.
. . . for counsel, advice, and independent viewpoints.
Indeed, mentoring and medicine are perhaps the oldest "people-helping" professions in the world.
Ancient history is replete with stories of great leaders who honed their ability in the company of great mentors. Perhaps the most famous mentoring duo ever was Alexander the Great and his mentor Aristotle.
This "people-helping" spirit lives on today in executive mentoring.
Executive mentors play diverse roles in the lives of leaders, top managers, professionals, and entrepreneurs.
Among other things a mentor provides:
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Two Unique Training Programs
In addition to one-on-one executive mentoring, we now offer on-site training to give you a blueprint for developing your own in-house mentoring program. The following course descriptions include an outline of the topics covered.