Sep 22, 2010-- Anyone who has worked in an office (or anywhere, really) for more than a day has made a mistake. While most people accept that slip-ups are unavoidable, no one likes to be responsible for them. The good news is that mistakes, even big ones, don't have to leave a permanent mark on your career. In fact, most contribute to organizational and personal learning; they are an essential part of experimentation and a prerequisite for innovation. Amy Gallo draws attention to a few guiding principles to turn blunders of all sizes into positive and constructive experiences. (7710 reads)
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Compassion is the basis of morality.
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