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Making A Difference Through Mentorship
 
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Our creed of “Making A Difference Through Mentorship” originates from the story of Mentor in Homers Odyssey. Odysseus, King of Ithaca, fights in the Trojan war and entrusts the care of his household to Mentor who serves as a teacher and overseer to Odysseus son, Telemachus.  The modern day meaning of the term mentor has evolved to mean trusted advisor, friend, or teacher. Mentoring is a fundamental form of leadership development where one person invests time, energy, personal knowledge and know-how in assisting the growth and ability of another. Our means of mentorship is rooted in our book The Father’s Kiss and Ethnos Leadership.


 
 

The story of the prodigal son depicts at one time or another various phases of life. If you have ever been the victim of bad choices, or hurt from the past, The Father’s Kiss is the catalyst for turning tragedy into triumph. From the Father’s Kiss you receive grace, reconciliation, restoration, validation and affirmation. Once you have received The Father’s Kiss, now others will also be “kissed” by the gift and grace of God that your life has become. As a child of God, know what can never be replaced in your life, is the embrace and grace of the “The Father’s Kiss!” 

 
 

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Ethnos Leadership is a principle centered, self-evaluating, self-reflective leadership development process. Our definition of a principle at Ethnos Leadership is “a universal law that is true in any context, situation, or environment.”

Ethnos Leadership is a blueprint to reinforce strengthen, and sharpen present or existing leadership skills by expanding one’s perspective of leadership. This concept is applicable to a person who has been leading for many years, or for one who is just beginning the life long journey of leadership.