Leaders that are truly successful will fully engage his/her stakeholders and ask them to participate in determining solutions to business problems. While the solutions may not be the final answer, allowing stakeholders to participate in problem-solving provides the manager with more ideas to consider. This exercise also gives stakeholders an opportunity to learn how to address issues in the future. If a leader is to be successful in this exercise, he or she needs to involve his or her stakeholders by asking their opinion, listening carefully to the stakeholder’s suggestions, and thanking them for participating. A stakeholder should never be criticized for offering an idea and should always be appreciated.
Golden Executive Coaching uses the Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder-Centered Coaching methodology to enable successful leaders to lead and behave more effectively through positive behavior change that is sustained, recognized, and acknowledged by others.
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