Taking and implementing criticism is a difficult but important part of professional life. Read on to see how to make it easier on yourself when you get a bad review.
I’ve been at the OLC for eight great months as a Lead Editor, and I wanted to use a selection of content from my time here that really stuck with me. Without further ado:
For my first pick, I picked one of Terae’s blog posts that I really enjoyed. It’s about learning how to take criticism and using it to your advantage.
My second pick is one of Luis’ pieces about how the library can become more than a necessary evil in your time at SFU. Since this article was published, I found myself at the library more often than naught, using his advice.
I started my co-op term at the OLC at home, and these tips, provided by Nicole, helped me forge the relationships I have here.
Another helpful article about transitioning from being a student to working full time, and how to help with the associated challenges that may arise from that.