Wise Counsel University

If you would like to apply to become a Wise Counsel Mentor Partner, please email your resume and testimony to John@AskWiseCounsel.com



Wise Counsel Mentoring Partner - Opportunity Description

Company Overview: Wise Counsel is faith-based continuous learning process serving Small-Mid Size Business owners and Executives in three ways:

  1. Mentoring by using outside resources with many years of practical experience.
  2. Coaching by identifying goals, areas to improve and agreed upon accountability measures.
  3. Leading small group Peer Exchange and Advisory processes.

 Key Areas of Responsibility

  1. Participate in and apply the Wise Counsel University training.
  2. Develop and strategize for lead generation, through local referrals, networking and social media and marketing events with Wise Counsel HQ assistance.
  3. Pre-screen and qualify prospective clients and/or group members through individual interviews.
  4. Plan, organize and schedule one on one mentoring, coaching and peer advisory meetings depend on the client needs and interests.
  5. Coordinate and apply at the appropriate time Wise Counsel written materials, and video interviews, workbooks, live video conference calls, or individual profiles.
  6. Pray and offer a servant’s heart by going the extra mile with little things and build relationships and camaraderie.
  7. Determine and implement practical tasks to help clients and members grow and improve their lives while serving others.    

Applicant Criteria for Wise Counsel University training … to become a licensed Mentoring Partner for Wise Counsel.

  1. Leadership experience.
  2. A track record of effectiveness in past employment.
  3. Excellent communication skills.
  4. Heart to serve the Lord.
  5. Loves to learn.
  6. A Servant Leadership attitude
  7. Persistence.
  8. 3 References from past employers.

Applicant information needed by Wise Counsel

  • Personal Biography and resume.
  • Personal Testimony.
  • Contact Information.

Please email resume and testimony to John@AskWiseCounsel.com