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(Psych Central News) What goes into a successful relationship between a mentor and mentee? According to new research, those being mentored should be open to feedback, be active listeners, be respectful of their mentor’s time including being on time and prepared for meetings and should follow at least some of their mentor’s advice. “Successful mentorship is [...]

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