Why Leaders Ask Permission When Mentoring

This was an enlightening video on leadership mentoring. The fact of the matter is that not everyone is ready or wants to be mentored. Mentorship can be an important part of our ministry if done correctly with the right people.

What was one key insight for you in this video?

How do you mentor leaders in ministry?

Leadership Coaching: Why Leaders Ask Permission When Mentoring? from John Hersey on Vimeo.

John Rinaldo

As the Business Manager at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, CA, Dr. John Rinaldo serves as the administrator over operations and finances for the parish in support of all parish ministries. Previously, John served as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of San Jose, empowering parish communities to minister to the needs of youth and young adults. John is also an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University teaching pastoral ministry courses to graduate students.


John Rinaldo


As the Business Manager at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, CA, Dr. John Rinaldo serves as the administrator over operations and finances for the parish in support of all parish ministries. Previously, John served as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of San Jose, empowering parish communities to minister to the needs of youth and young adults. John is also an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University teaching pastoral ministry courses to graduate students.



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