Check your ego when seeking constructive criticism

07/8/2013 | Forbes

It can be a little frightening to ask for constructive criticism about your abilities, but getting honest feedback can better help you improve your skills and position you for promotions or new jobs, Lisa Quast writes. "Don’t get defensive or try to justify any past behavior. Listen to what they have to say even if their comments bruise your ego," she writes.

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