How To Mentor And Develop Future Leaders

The world needs more leaders. As leaders retire, the leaders being raised up today will be the leaders leading the organizations you work for and love.

What does this mean to you? It means that you have a huge responsibility. You have to be willing to step up to mentor and develop future leaders.

John Maxwell said that leadership is influence. This means you have the influence to change the lives of those you lead. Why not use your influence to mentor and develop the leaders of tomorrow?

How To Mentor And Develop Future Leaders

Bob Proctor, author and successful businessman, once said

A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Ready Player One

A Reel Leadership Article

Steven Spielberg brings Ernest Cline’s award-winning novel Ready Player One to the big screen. Any time a director tries to translate a New York Bestseller to film, they face an uphill battle. Fans of the book are looking for a faithful book to movie translation. Moviegoers are looking for a great story. Most of the time, neither group is satisfied.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Ready Player One

Having never read Ready Player One, I don’t know how faithful the movie adaptation is to the book. What I do know is that Ready Player One is a darn good movie. Visually, story-wise, and experientially. Moviegoers looking for a fantastic movie will not be disappointed.

What Is Ready Player One?

Ready Player One is the #1 New York Times bestselling book by Ernest Cline. Released in 2012, Ready Player One tells the story of teenager Wade Watts. Wade loves to play a virtual reality game known as OASIS (Ontologically Anthropocentric Sensory Immersive Simulation). Filled with pop culture references, the book was a smash hit.