‘Poor behaviours’ and Groupthink make financial crises inevitable

By Paul Fisher The response to Ireland's financial crisis is inadequate - executive coaching has a vital part to play in improving team decision-making and preventing some of the catastrophic results of Groupthink. It also has a key role in creating "an environment where individuals believe that it is safe to take interpersonal risks, such as asking for help, admitting errors and challenging each other", said organisational psychologist and professor of leadership and organisational behaviour Shlomo Ben-Hur of IMD, a business school in Lausanne, Switzerland. Professor Ben-Hur, former...

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