Mentoring vs. Discipling Followers
As a leader, mentoring or discipling followers is vital to the future of your organization. But, is either one better than the other? What are the differences between mentoring and discipling? How do each of these relate to succession planning? Join Dr. Bruce Winston and Dr. Corné Bekker as they address these questions and more in their discussion regarding the Biblical and present day use of mentoring and discipling followers.
About the Speakers
For more than two decades, Dr. Winston, dean of Regent University's School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, has helped to transform organizations around the world with his innovative ideas on leadership and his candid approach to consulting and training. Drawing on his vast experience as a business owner, educator and consultant, Dr. Winston's real-world expertise includes leadership, organizational development, communication, quality improvement and marketing. An author and
co-author of numerous books and articles including Be a Leader for God's Sake and The Word on Management, Dr. Winston is also a popular speaker in the U.S., Canada, Europe and South Africa as he skillfully aligns Biblical principles with marketplace application to equip leaders and followers for success.
Corné Bekker completed his doctorate degree at the Rand Afrikaans University in Johannesburg, South Africa where he specialized in the use of socio-rhetorical criticism in historical and social reconstruction of historical communities. He joined Regent University in 2005 after serving as the assistant dean of Rhema Bible College in Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr.Bekker serves as an associate professor for the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship at Regent University and is editor of the Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership. He teaches in the doctoral programs of the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship and is actively involved in research on the use of hermeneutics and spirituality to explore leadership. Serving on the board of the South African Council for Theological Education, Dr. Bekker was nominated to the Standards Generating Body for Theology and Ministry of the South African Qualifications Authority and served on the Consultative Forum of the South African Council of Churches. Dr. Bekker is currently completing a second doctorate in Spirituality at the University of South Africa.