2/10/2010

Being accountable for your results at work -- whether they're good or bad -- can help your career, says Linda Galindo, author of "The 85% Solution: How Personal Accountability Guarantees Success." Learning from your mistakes is better than wasting energy dodging the consequences of your actions, she advises in this article by Anita Bruzzese, who is also contributing editor of SmartBrief on Your Career.

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