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Share Your Knowledge – The Immune System
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Communication Skills – Offering Criticism

Suggesting to someone that he or she may have done something wrong or that you see an opportunity for improvement can be a touchy situation. However, giving and receiving criticism can be very helpful in personal growth. If you find yourself in a position where you are considering offering constructive criticism, consider these factors:

  • Be sure of your facts.
  • Be respectful
  • Don’t assume the motivation was negative
  • Don’t exaggerate
  • Stick to the point

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