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​INTRODUCTION

U.S. Professional Snowboarder, multiple-time World Cup finalist, and AM300 Warrior Athlete Josh Bowman sits with Jesse Stewart to discuss mentorship, leadership, and plans after completing his Doctorate at Baylor University.

PART ONE: THE MENTOR EXPERIENCE

Part one of the podcast reflects on Jesse’s experience as a mentor from start to finish, focusing on the experiences after submitting the Mentoring Circle Midpoint Individual Reflection and considering the course as a whole.​

  • (11:00): The most valuable aspects of the mentoring course.

  • (12:00): Personal growth observed throughout this term and specific aspects that helped foster that growth.

  • (13:00): Opportunities for improvement for developing and training mentors.

  • (14:00): Discussion on how the course readings, assignments, and book selected for the mentoring development plan (Discipline Equals Freedom by Jocko Willink) assisted in personal growth and development.

  • (15:00): Discussion on any potential gaps in topics that should have been addressed.

  • (16:00): Discussion on mentoring within the military and professional sports. 

PART TWO: THE IMPACT EXPERIENCE

Part two reflects on the culmination of Jesse’s experience as part of the IMPACT Mentoring Program.

  • (20:00):  Discussion on the experience with the IMPACT Mentoring Program experience and Peer Leadership Team assessment.  

  • (21:00):  Discussion of the IMPACT Mentoring Program's strengths and opportunities for improvement.

  • (22:00):  Application of lessons learned during IMPACT to strengthen the AM300 mentoring program (Workplace Mentoring Program Project).

  • (23:00):  Discussion of Josh’s perceptions on the mentoring experience within professional snowboarding.

PART THREE: THE NEXT CHAPTER​​

 

Part three explores Jesse’s plan to harness the skills developed in this course after graduation and continue to grow and develop as a mentor and a leader.

  • (30:00): Plans for launching the AM300 Warrior Athlete Mentoring Program.

  • (31:00): Discussion on maintaining relationships with mentees from the IMPACT mentoring program.

  • (32:00): Discussion on continued growth and development as a mentor and a leader. 

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CONCLUSION​​

 

  • (40:00): Information about Josh's 2026 Olympic Run.

  • (41:00): Discussion on AM300's future work with the Warrior Athlete Project. 

FINAL NOTES

 

REFERENCES

  • Axelrod, W. (2019). 10 steps to successful mentoring. ATD Press.

  • Cantwell, S., Neville Norton, M., Gooder, V., & Thornock, S. (2020). An academic model for building effective faculty teams to promote excellence in nursing education. American Journal of Nursing Science, 9(5), 381. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajns.20200905.21

  • Fain, L. Z., & Zachary, L. J. (2020). Bridging differences for better mentoring: Lean forward, learn and leverage (First edition). Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

  • Kanten, S., Kanten, P., & Ülker, F. (2017). The effects of mentoring functions on career adaptabilities and career self-efficacy: The role of career optimism. European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 6(2), 259. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejms.v6i2.p259-272

  • Labin, J. (2017). Mentoring programs that work. ATD Press.

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