Leaders ‘largely ineffective’ as coaches: DDI

By Liz Hall Employers must radically overhaul how they develop leaders, including stepping up use of different types of coaching, if they are to meet the increasingly rapid pace of business change. Talent management firm DDI's 6th Global Leadership Forecast survey paints a worrying picture for organisational leadership capacity. Leaders rate themselves poorly and do not possess the skills necessary for business in the future, while businesses do not have a sufficient pipeline of talent and are failing to offer an effective mix of development methods, says the report,...

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