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July 29, 2010

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Great post, Alexandra! The sooner one owns up to their mistakes, the better for the team. It can be tough...your own ego will take a licking, but if it means you maintain the trust and respect of your co-workers and your boss, it would be worth it.


Karen, The Resume Chick (on Google and Twitter for questions, comments or violent reactions)

@Karen: Thanks so much. Egos are tough to overcome, but I guess practice is the name of the game here.

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