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Book Report . By: Wende Pendleton- Wicks PNP 1 st Year Leadership Mr. Mike Wilder. Tony’s Interview. Who are Tony’s Mentors?. His Dad. Chuck Noll Of NFL Steelers. What about JFK’s Mentor?.

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book report
Book Report

By: Wende Pendleton- Wicks


1st Year Leadership

Mr. Mike Wilder

who are tony s mentors
Who are Tony’s Mentors?

His Dad

Chuck Noll

Of NFL Steelers

what about jfk s mentor
What about JFK’s Mentor?

His father Joseph Kennedy was not only his mentor but the man behind him becoming our 43rd President.

who are some of our district leaders mentors
Who are some of our District Leaders mentors?
  • Mr. McGonegal – George McGonegal (father) and Wally Cox his former boss.
  • Mrs. Essig – As a Principal – Herb Tschappat and Currently – Lynette Edwards and Lynn Gillman
  • Mr. Wilder – Lyn Boyer, Brenda O’Conner, Roy Larson, Pat Lucas, and his number on Jesus!!
  • What it means to be a mentor leader?
  • How mentor leadership can lead to personal success?
  • The (7) keys of mentor leadership.
  • Why it brings out the best in people?
  • How to recover from mistakes and handle discipline?
  • The secret to getting people to follow you and do their best for you without intimidation tactics.
tony s leadership dna
Tony’s Leadership DNA

Personal Humility and Professional Will

Compelling Modesty and attribute success to factors other than themselves

Display a workmanlike diligence

Set up their successors for even greater success

focus on significance
Focus on Significance
  • Commit to a common vision and goal
  • Unite in the purpose and pursuit of excellence
  • Positive Meaningful Relationships: Put People First.
  • Relationships are ultimately what matter – our relationship with God and with other people.
  • Influence, Involvement, & Impact
  • Why would Tony mentor Michael Vick who was outside his circle of influence?
  • Lead, guide, inspire, and encourage
  • Long-term results add value – story of Joshua a perspective that says when God is involved in the process, life takes on an eternal significance pg. 14
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if becoming a mentor leader would keep paying it forward that we may never see the end to our legacy?
action steps
Action Steps
  • Evaluate Integrity – Are you walking the walk?
  • Evaluate Impact – Do you see lives changing?
  • Are you directly engaging and influencing others?
  • Identify one you can begin to mentor.
  • Evaluate your goals – Is it in your best interest or theirs?
  • How does your leadership style need to change so others will grow around you?
a mentor leader
A Mentor Leader:

It’s not about me.

It’s not about you.

It’s about others.


  • Benefiting others
  • Follow the Law of Moses – Mike your up.
  • Peyton Manning
  • Where are we going together?
  • Tampa Bay Bucs Field Day – Very HOT!!
  • Situational Leadership - Blanchard
  • Are you prepared to have great successes and not get any credit for them?
  • Its about the destination and journey –slow down and spend real time on those around us and along the way.
  • Don’t lose sight of the present in view of your own goals and ambitions.
  • Mike Mularkey’s story - Pittsburg Stealers Coach
  • Mentor Leadership is all about serving – Are you ready for the challenge?
  • Simple, clear, and compelling statements
  • Shared by all, others must buy into, and something worth achieving
  • What do we want to be?
  • Never quit – you don’t know when things will turn around
  • Common goals
  • Inspirational hook
  • Why do we exist?
  • Why we do what we do?
  • Craft it to the best of your ability, what makes you unique and run with it.
  • Don’t get caught up in or you’ll never get it accomplished.
  • GO, DO, ACT!
  • Rules of the Road
  • How to treat others
  • What’s important to EVERYONE
  • What guides our lives
  • Then you must be a “SERVANT LEADER” as Mr. Mike Wilder.
  • Putting ourselves aside while looking for opportunities to serve others
a look within a personal inventory
A Look Within“A Personal Inventory”
  • Coming to grips with our own strengths and weaknesses
  • Match your weaknesses with someone else's strengths
  • What makes you think, react, respond, or do?
  • Honesty comes when you can admit to your past
  • Our past is what motivates, directs, drives, and unfortunately it’s what holds us back
  • Motives, Balance, and Priorities
  • Do your personal best and walk away
character is the foundation on which leadership is built
Character Is the foundation on which leadership is built.
  • Vision matters but character matters more
  • Trustworthy, caring, and do the right thing
  • Be competent, have integrity, confidence, and must be genuine
  • People will know when you are and when your not sincere
  • Whatever gifts God has given us, we should make use of them graciously
mentor leader attributes
Mentor Leader Attributes
  • Demonstrate courage and lead by example
  • Keep the vision and mission out front easy to lose sight when in the trenches
  • Exercise faith – believing in your team
  • Long-term success requires faith
  • Willing and capable of continual growth, by listening and acting
relational qualities
Relational Qualities
  • Accountability
  • Be Available and Approachable – “Act Medium”
  • Exhibit Loyalty
  • Shepherd and Protect – Coach John Thompson, Hall of Fame basketball coach of Georgetown University and Rayful Edmond III
influence and impact
Influence and Impact
  • You stand where no one else stands. Open your eyes and your heart and look for opportunities.
  • Adding value to peoples lives – Sound Familiar?
  • We may be there to plant the seed, water it, or just help to harvest it.
  • Expect different levels of impact – we are all unique
  • Wilburn Dungy saw the platform for what it was and took action
  • Just do it one life at a time 
living the message
Living the Message
  • You will be know by what you model for others.
  • In tough times, do your actions measure up with your words and faith?
  • Be the message He intended for you to be for others
  • When your in a crisis, it’s too late to get others to follow you.
  • Faith and Character are the foundation and strength of the mentor leader and will be known by their legacy.
maximizing performance
Maximizing Performance
  • Great Law of Culture – Let each become all that he was created capable of being.
  • Value and Embrace Diversity – Sound Familiar?
  • Google’s Vision
  • Need Unity – No Compromises
  • We are all “important but not indispensable”
  • Learn, grow, seek advice and guidance
seven e s of enhancing potential
SEVEN E’s of Enhancing Potential
  • Engaged – A contact sport
  • Educate – Hands-on; One-On-One Approach, Earn an A
  • Equip – Gradually add items to the Tool Bag
  • Encourage – Affirmation and On-Going
  • Empower – Preparation followed by Appropriate Freedom
  • Energize – Inspire and Motivate
  • Elevate – Raising People Up! Even if means preparing them to replace you. This is surely a selfless job
impacting others lives
Impacting others Lives
  • It’s all about adding to the value of others lives and make them better.
  • Then we as mentor leaders can measure our successes with significant things – others lives are better due to your leadership
  • Just start by talking to those around you
  • Some may turn into life-long friendships and others in a moment of sharing wisdom
  • We all have a role in leadership. We all can mentor!
  • I highly recommend this book to everyone.
  • It made me reflect on my own life and how I can become a significant leader therefore, allowing me to eventually become a Mentor Leader / Servant Leader.
  • Easy Read with inspirational stories.
  • Even if you aren’t a football fan, I guarantee you’ll still enjoy this book.
  • I chose because I like Tony Dungy and could tell the type of man his was when I watched him coach the Bucs and Colts. I watched football only to watch him.