Greatest lesson an early job taught you?
My first job out of university was in a big corporate law firm. It was overwhelming for many reasons, and really difficult not to feel as though no amount of learning would ever be enough to compete alongside those at the top. Over the course of my first 2 years I came to learn that most people, even those that are really senior in their field, don't have all the answers, and that’s fine. What is important is the ability to break any problem down into its component parts, attack it in a structured manner, bring in the right people at the right time to help, and communicate with the relevant stakeholders early and often. This change in perspective was transformational for me and something that I remind myself when faced with new challenges.