Use ‘Feedforward’ Coaching to Elicit Advice on Reaching Goals

Rather than solely getting feedback on what you’ve done after the fact, asking for advice before you act can help you achieve your goals. This is the thinking behind “feedforward” coaching, a tool developed by Marshall Goldsmith.

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