Decisions are one of any leader’s most important responsibilities. Too often, leaders at all levels view a decision as a task to be completed rather than a systematic process to be followed. As a result, decisions are made too quickly without adequate information or assessment, or they are made too slowly, creating delays and analysis paralysis. Examine group and individual decision-making methods and how to use them. Get techniques for cultivating constructive debate, and assessing your own decision-making instincts so you can avoid the decision errors even executives make.
- Use inquiry versus advocacy decision processes
- Sidestep 5 common pitfalls that lead to decision errors
- Increase your ability to influence organizational decisions