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Reverse Mentoring: How Young Leaders Can Transform the Church and Why We Should Let Them

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Earl Creps is known for his work in connecting the younger generation of postmoderns with their Boomer predecessors. The author of "Off-Road Disciplines, " Creps, in this new book, takes up the topic of how older church leaders can learn from younger leaders who are more conversant with culture, technology, and social context. In addition to making the benefits of what he ...more
ebook, 240 pages
Published October 14th 2008 by Jossey-Bass (first published January 1st 2008)
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*Reverse Mentoring* from Earl Creps' *How Young Leaders Can Transform the Church and Why We Should Let Them* positive impact in marketing arenas could be encouragement for churches to take the leap into implementation.

from Network of Executive Women regarding Reverse mentoring:

*Among the key points the industry executives have learned in their relationships with younger employees: Members of Gen Y and Gen X rank work/life balance more important than t
Jay Winters
As someone who naturally works with younger Christian leaders (I'm a (college) campus minister), this book wasn't all that surprising. The basic premise is that older leaders should allow themselves to be in relationships with younger people. This premise is predicated on the ideas that a.) older leaders have things to learn from younger people - like how to use facebook, and b.) that the exchange is a win-win for everyone in the relationship.

If you already believe that these things are true, t
Really great concept to approaching one's organization and mentoring relationship. It's a give and take approach, rather than a give or take approach.
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