Instructor: “OK class, this semester we’ll be giving presentations.” Students: Collective groan Instructor: “AND…you’ll be providing each other with feedback.” Students: Deep sighs and suspicious glances around the room, wondering if they can trust their peers Does any of this
There are more than 150 medical schools in the U.S., giving aspiring doctors lots of choices when deciding where to get an education. Selecting which schools to apply to can be a tough choice, though. Unlike most colleges, M.D. programs
When will we stop giving short shrift to “soft” skills? We’ve all seen it. We attend conferences, and load up with sessions on technical, subject-matter-specific “hard” skills with a few “soft” skill sessions sprinkled in — usually on leadership, or
I don’t like performance reviews. I never liked giving them, and I never liked getting them. They are like school report cards, only less well-meaning and more poorly formed. They make the workplace more political, needlessly enforcing nerve-wracking centers of
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