CEOs Want More Training


Study:

Stanford Graduate School of Business and The Miles Group

A recent study has revealed that 78% of chief executives wish they were receiving coaching or leadership advice from external consultants.

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The study found that 43 percent of the 200 North American CEOs surveyed wanted help developing their conflict management skills. Board members also said their leaders required more training on delegating skills and mentoring “Nearly 100 percent of the CEOs in the survey responded that they enjoy the process of receiving leadership advice”, says David F Larcker, who led the team.

All of which begs the question – why aren’t they getting it. There is a huge reservoir of talented coaches and mentors eager to first listen and then suggest solutions to the myriad of issues facing these 21st C leaders.

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Curated by Trevor B. Lee  –  EP International

@TBLepi

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