When your opinion about how to solve a problem has differed from your supervisor's, you have typically:
firmly pursued your perspective on the issue.
modified your opinion to satisfy the preferences of your supervisor.
kept to yourself the ways your opinions differed from your supervisor's.
talked through the problem with your supervisor to reach a compromise.
combined your ideas with your
supervisor's to come up with a solution jointly
Combined your ideas with your supervisor's to come up with a solution jointly.
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