Monthly Archives: October 2014

One Mentor’s Story – Mel Waxler and Lloyd

Mel and Lloyd began their ten-year relationship when Lloyd was in his beginning years at Pillow Elementary. We asked Mel what made him decide to start mentoring. “Not what,” he answered, “but who – John Blazier!”   John is the founder … Continue reading

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Empowering Your Mentee

And Building on Strengths. To facilitate the power of building on strengths, mentors attending last month’s Seedling Mentor Training were given an exercise that sensitized them to the 40 Developmental Assets and allowed them to identify assets they thought were in their … Continue reading

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