Almost two-thirds (63%) of senior executives have resigned or considered resigning due to frustration with organisational decision-making, finds research by Kingsley Gate, a global, private equity-backed executive search firm. More than a quarter (29%) of senior...
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An understanding of human psychology and how to overcome biases needs to be built into decision-making processes to enable politicians – and other leaders – to learn from their mistakes and make better decisions in the future. Recent political events, including the...
We need to accept that holding unconscious biases is normal whilst constantly challenging ourselves and working to recognise our own biases, said Jenny Plaister-Ten and Carol Whitaker. In their session at the European Mentoring & Coaching Council’s international...
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