How Asking for Advice is More Effective Than Asking for Feedback

You just gave a great presentation to your class or co-workers and landed an invitation to share at your State’s annual athletic training meeting. Now you want a second opinion on your presentation to see if there’s anything you can improve. What do you do?

You should ask your colleagues for feedback, according to conventional wisdom. However, research…

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Allison Strickland

Allison Strickland

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Healthcare provider, boy mom, distance runner. Expert in creating online courses, web design, and copywriting. Visit sheahawksolutions.com or atstudybuddy.com