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Professional mentoring a guide to good practice by Tony Palmer

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Published by Institute of Personnel and Development (South-West London Branch) in London .
Written in English


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At foot of cover: South-West London Branch.

StatementTony Palmer, Brian Willey, David Winkler.
ContributionsWilley, Brian., Winkler, David., Institute of Personnel and Development. South-West London Branch.
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Open LibraryOL17158493M

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