How to find the right mentor or be a great mentor to others
Saturday, September 18, 3:30 - 5:30 PM
A live, in-person event at Saint James
Reception following in the renovated historic rectory*
Registration kindly requested for planning purposes
Think of someone in your life who listened to your story, understood you as a whole person and helped you find your path. That person was a mentor to you and your relationship with them may have been one of the richest ever.
Mentoring is something that can happen organically, but are there ways of making it happen more intentionally? Can you help someone flourish as a whole person? Can you be a mentor? Or would you like to find a mentor for yourself?
Rick Woolworth will lead a two-hour workshop on mentoring (and being mentored) which will explore what mentoring is, why it’s a powerful way to enrich lives and how to do it. He’ll show why mentoring used to be common in society (think apprentices and families working together on farms), and why we hunger for those lost connections today. And he’ll challenge you to think about how you might offer yourself as a listener, a guide and someone who lifts up others across generations. He’ll also discuss where you might find a mentor.
About Rick Woolworth
Rick is married to Jill and the father of three adult daughters. He resides in Greenwich, CT and is a 35-year veteran of Wall Street, having spent the majority of his career at Morgan Stanley. Rick pursues his passion for mentoring and coming alongside emerging leaders as President of Telemachus, a national organization he founded in 2010 dedicated to building a community of leaders engaged in mentoring relationships and inter-generational friendships.
*Subject to COVID protocols