Yes. Most definitely, yes. The harder question is who to take on as your mentee or protégé.
Managing a Mentoring Relationship published by LawPro offers the following summary of mentoring.
Mentoring relationships can be informal and unstructured, more complex and procedure-based, or somewhere in between. But no matter what form they take, the structure of the relationship is not as important as the learning that occurs. We all thrive when we learn in the presence and with the help of others who have gone before us.
Mentors do more than simply pass on knowledge and information. They impart lessons on
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