Space for network members to start discussions, share ideas and resources, and/or raise questions.
I will be presenting a paper that deals with coaching as it relates to a leader's decision-making process. In research I've done with senior leaders, I discoverd great disperity in processes and abilities when it comes to making decisions. However, it seems that most leaders think that they are good at decision making - afterall, they reached a high level in their organization, so they must have made some good decisions along the way, right? I'm curious; as a coach, if you observe poor decision making in a leader that you are coaching, how do you approach the subject? What do you do to help the coachee see the issue? I believe that poor decision making can be a problematic blind spot for many leaders and I am interested to learn what executive coaches do to address this concern.