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A new leadership mentoring program gets underway

Posted by Mark L. Vincent on Dec 17, 2014 6:30:00 AM

claStarting January 2015, I and a number of friends and colleagues have the honor of serving as mentors through Christian Leadership Alliance’s new Outcomes Mentoring Network  It is an honor to be invited to be a part of this state-of-the-art online matching system. It will connect experienced mentors with today’s emerging organizational leaders. You can learn more in this short video from CLA president and CEO Tami Heim.

CLA has already recruited an all-star lineup of mentors into this network – mature leaders from high-influence nonprofits and businesses nationwide. Leaders with a strong commitment to integrating Christian faith with their vocation. I think it is a great new dimension to some of the other work in which we are engaged such as Leader2Leader and Convene.

So... why don't you give it a try? The first mentor/mentee matches will be in January, so sign up now to be matched with one of these outstanding mentors. It will be a true win-win. You’ll grow as a leader, and the entire organization can benefit as a result. Here is some other key information:

  • Pricing: CLA has kept costs low compared to similar marketplace mentoring programs because of its commitment to equipping and uniting leaders who will impact the world for Christ. And we know that the ultimate value of a mentoring relationship for leaders like you will be evident for many years to come!
    • CLA Members:                 $450 (six-month term)
    • Non-Members:                $650 (six-month term)

You can register here. 

If you have any questions, contact Ruth Spaethe at Christian Leadership Alliance:  (949) 487-0900, ext. 111

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