Surely it’s in the top few.
In the Buddhist tradition, shame is sometimes called the greatest emotion because shame makes us open to changing for the better.
But shame can also be felt and avoided or hidden or misdirected. Shame here generally means something bothers our conscience.
Correcting our own mistakes often follows shame but not always. Someone may tell us of a mistake that does not make us feel ashamed.
Taking pleasure, even delight, in correcting our own mistakes is very close in time and psychology to actually making the correction.
Whether it is the greatest or not, the emotion that accompanies self-correction is well-worth cultivating.