The Mentee-Driven Approach to Mentoring Relationships and Career Success: Benefits for Mentors and Mentees

@inproceedings{Cruz2015TheMA,
  title={The Mentee-Driven Approach to Mentoring Relationships and Career Success: Benefits for Mentors and Mentees},
  author={Mario Cruz and Darshita Bhatia and Sharon Calaman and Blair J Dickinson and Benard Dreyer and Mackenzie S. Frost and Maryellen E Gusic and Leonard J. Levine and Elizabeth Maxwell and Theodore C. Sectish and Barry S. Solomon and Janet Rose Serwint and Nancy D. Spector},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Introduction Effective mentoring relationships are important contributors to career satisfaction, academic productivity, perceived self-efficacy, and successful networking. They are especi... 
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