In a perfect world, all new planners would be paired with senior advisors who were invested in helping trainees succeed. These sage advisors would bring new hires to meetings as observers, meticulously review the trainees client planning work and offer generous commentary and guidance.
But in the real world, a more common approach is sink or swim.
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