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Is this a person who can appreciate and be honest about our differences? Can this person see our differences as ways to enhance, rather than limit, the mentoring relationship? ) • Does this person have a personal, demonstrated commitment to lifelong learning? • Is this person willing to take the time and effort to make a personal commitment to my development? Some mentoring relationships will last throughout your career and develop into deep friendships, while others will be more limited in time and scope.
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