Lynne is very open and transparent about her self-knowledge and is vulnerable in discussing her own path in learning and development. She brings forth ideas and insight gained from her own reading, discovery and experiences and shares new information and thoughts each time we have a discussion. Lynne is very receptive to feedback and each time our interaction relates to her serving our needs as a client she earnestly requests constructive criticism in order to better her performance. As stated earlier, Lynne is constantly reading, studying, networking with other professionals as a lifelong learner and to ensure her own growth and development. She frequently shares ideas from a book she is reading, she offers suggestions based on new material she has studied and offers her own experiences from trying methods she has learned from her own development research. Lynne is very committed to development and growth of others. Last year she conducted training courses for a few groups of employees at my company. She went beyond the scope of the assignment and met afterward with key management to share insights she gained from the participants that were an indicator of ongoing development needs. From that initial training work Lynne is helping us to form a leadership development core team to promote growth and advancement across functional silos. In addition, a few participants in Lynne’s “Making Great Leaders” Covey Workshop that she performed appeared to need additional counsel and advice on their development plans. Lynne was not paid to perform any additional consulting with these individuals, but she offered her time in follow-up teleconferences to help them fine-tune their individual development plans.