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In today’s fast-paced world, it is difficult to learn all the skills and gather all the experiences before you lead or start a project.

Mentoring then has become a better way to help people learn faster and minimize their mistakes at the workplace, church, school, community or government.


Mentoring does not only benefit the protégé or the apprentice: it is mutually beneficial since it benefits both the mentor and the apprentice (mentee).


Through mentoring, mentors develop leadership skills and gain a personal sense of satisfaction from knowing that they’ve helped someone become better.

Apprentices or mentees can expand their knowledge and skills, gain valuable advice from a more experienced person, and build their professional networks. And both partners can improve their communication skills, learn new ways of thinking, and ultimately, advance their lives and careers.


Mentoring also helps save money. This is because in mentoring the apprentice will not have to go through a normal academic training. Where mentors are paid, the cost is far less than training in an academic facility.


In biblical times, we saw the examples of Jesus Christ mentoring His disciples, Moses’ mentoring Joshua, Elijah mentoring Elisha and finally the apostle Paul mentoring Timothy.


Many cultures also have mentoring as a direct transfer of experience and knowledge; we have examples of these from the old Babylonian empire, the Egyptian empire and the others.


In various shapes and forms, mentoring has become a very important tool in the experience and knowledge transfer business in the twenty first-century.


In our march towards efficiency and speed, mentoring today has become a way of life more than in days past.