I am SO upset! If you had asked me yesterday I would have said everything was fine . . . my preceptor is, honestly, hard to read. I couldn't say if she liked me or not, but I thought we were getting along fine. I have had no indication that she was not happy with me. I should mention that I'm just over halfway finished with my preceptorship.The situation is that I was called into the asst. dean's office this morning and told that the hospital I'm precepting at isn't happy with me. With NO specifics whatsoever, I was told that they said I was rude, not taking initiative, not setting goals, unable to perform return demonstrations . . . I believe I can be honest with myself, and I as far as not taking initiative is concerned, I can see that. I'm not very aggressive in asking to do things. However, if asked to do things, I never say no, I will always try. I have no idea where the rude part is coming from, as I feel I am respectful and I can usually get along with anyone. Even if I can't stand someone, I would never let on. But the "return demonstration" part has me completely stumped, I have no idea what incident(s) this is referring to. I don't always pick up things the first time I try, but I don't believe I am completely incompetent.I am trying to set up a meeting between myself, the patient care director, and my preceptor. My plan is to be respectful, listen and apologize for what I may have done wrong. I am certainly willing to learn from my mistakes, but I am afraid this may jeopardize my plans for employment with this hospital. Well. Any advice welcome!