Suzanne Hale Robinson
Learn with a Lawyer - Be receptive to FEEDBACK and give FEEDBACK when asked.
Get feedback from others and give feedback when you think it is appropriate. You may be in a situation where you’ve done something that you feel like you could improve on, but you don’t know quite how. Don’t feel afraid to ask others around you what you could have done differently or how you can improve to be better next time. On the flip side if you are in a situation where you notice someone could use some feedback or some advice, find a graceful way to present that to them. Don’t be afraid to provide feedback, and certainly don’t be afraid to ask for it when you think you need it.