Mark Twain once said “I can live for two months on a good compliment.”

The simple act of appreciating and complimenting professional service providers is often lost as day to day life takes over. Greater appreciation leads to improved communication and better professional relations. The hardest part of a compliment can be knowing exactly what to say and when. Compliments in the form of constructive feedback are particularly useful for continuous improvement. This is your opportunity to share what has been done, or what qualities you have noted, in your dealings with the Society or legal profession that you appreciate and how that action or quality has impacted on you in a positive way.

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