decision making


Decision Making Requires Facts

It happens very often. Something goes wrong with a project. The results that were expected don’t come in. Still, a […]
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Decision Making Shouldn’t Be Overthought

Thoughtful deliberation is an essential leadership quality that can help you in the decision making process and produce better outcomes. […]
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Don’t Let Uncertainty Paralyze Your Decision-Making

When you’re living in a period of heightened uncertainty, your normal decision-making processes can break down. Some people become paralyzed and afraid to act, while others make quick decisions based on emotions or bias rather than facts. You can make …

Stop Second-Guessing Your Decisions

Do you find yourself revisiting every decision you make, agonizing over whether it really was the right one? While everyone has doubts, second-guessing yourself too often can affect your leadership— and the perception of your leadership among other peo…

Set A Timer When Making A Tough Decision

We spend a lot of time and energy each day making choices — some minor, and some serious. But it’s possible to handle decisions of all kinds more efficiently. One strategy is to use a timer for the most difficult and unpredictable decisions. Some …

When To Stop Deliberating And Make A Decision

Waiting too long to make decisions can slow down companies, frustrate employees, and lead to missed opportunities. But it can be hard to know whether you should just go ahead and choose or gather more data first. In these situations, consider two facto…

Two Rules for Making Better Decisions

There are many ways to improve your decision making, but two simple rules can be particularly helpful. First, be less certain — about every part of your decision-making process. Think choice A will lead to outcome B? It’s probably less likely than you …