Prescription before diagnosis is malpractice. A physician would not prescribe a path to wellness if they did not know the patient's current condition. It would be considered unethical, negligent, improper or simply put, malpractice. The same applies to leadership and cultural development. Surveys, assessments and shareholder input are only diagnostic tools used to determine current condition and to develop the correct plan for the leader or organization. So what happens when organizations utilize these tools (either internally or from an outside source) and then only get the results with no developmental plan afterwards? Or worse yet, ignore the results or fail all together to implement a plan to address the issues? Rich and Maikel will unpack this topic on the this episode of Mainline Executive Coaching ACT.