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March 2019 // Mentoring: Negative mentoring

Most mentoring is positive, for example mentoring for better leadership, for spiritual growth or to excel in sport, work or worship leading. But some mentoring has to focus on less positive areas, seeking to avoid rather than achieve something. 

For instance, mentoring students at risk of exclusion, teenagers exposed to sexual exploitation or kids who may be involved in knife crime.This week I’ve...

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