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We will explore why leaders and executives make poor choices that lead to trouble. Usually, observers are of the opinion that bad decisions occur due to lack of experience or lack of competency or lack of intelligence. In most cases, bad decisions are not made due to the aforementioned factors. Most people are prone to decision biases that form the basis of certain systematic blunders when making choices. When people understand preferences, they are likely to become aware of using biases during decision-making. Once people are aware of biases, they can implement tools like reframing of the situation to behave differently and make right decisions.
Learning Objectives of conversation is to help coaches:
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