If a Member discovers that mentoring one individual brings the Member into the position of potentially advising against the interest of another client, the case will be referred to second Member.
Members are encouraged to become experts in the cultures of particular companies. This is to limit the need to access company realities under false pretences.
The bloody puritans are saying that the clients should openly introduce their Mentors to the company. But the whole point for clients is that their Mentor is a secret weapon. And, they're ashamed of needing one.
If the Institute tries to make Mentoring open, it will create a second, secret profession. Like Thomas, it will gain entry under false pretences.
On the other hand, how else are they to get a Royal patron?
And what is he going to tell his client?
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