It’s important that at some point this person feels that her professional identity is hers, and not just some reflected-glory side effect of her association with you I hired, trained, and mentored an entry-level professional who, after two years, earned a promotion doing similar work in another department. In the year since she took that job, we have been in frequent email contact, have worked together on projects occasionally and have seen each other at meetings once or twice a month.

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