Reflective dialogue and reflexivity: an exploration of intuition in strategic decision making
New insights from a research project ‘an exploration of intuition in strategic decision making’ (unpublished). The research problem was investigated through the lens of strategic decision makers (senior managers, board members) who were also practising coaching supervisors.
Findings and analysis of the data converged around four themes of intuition in strategic decision making. Additional themes emerging were working towards individual personal mastery of intuition and the use of reflective practice as a useful factor in supporting the moderating effects of intuition in making strategic decisions.
Conclusions are drawn on the direct and moderating effect of intuition on strategic decision making.
Presenter: Kristina Crabbe
11th International Conference on Coaching Supervision: Professional decision making for supervision; supervision of professional decision making.