3 edition of The Three Secrets of Wise Decision Making found in the catalog.
|Statement||Single Reef Pr|
|Publishers||Single Reef Pr|
|LC Classifications||November 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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In order to become self-aware and develop their leadership potential, top-level professionals need to seek pro-active feedback from their peers and even juniors. Most leaders are driven by the concepts of service, virtue, and entrepreneurship, which they feel is enough. The fact, that a majority of these professionals are not trusted to deliver the desired results despite their best efforts, further complicates things.
The details of the three pillars that define wise decision making are discussed below. While a majority of business leaders tend to be smart problem-solvers, only a few of them reflect on their own experience and thought process. They lack the ability to cancel or go ahead with a decision when faced with counter-evidence or risks associated with the same.
Seeking feedback about their attitudes and behavior helps these professionals to improve both as a person and a leader. Most importantly they overlook the need to involve diverse and qualified stakeholders in the decision making the process.
This makes them overlook the significance of sovereignty over service, value over virtue and execution over entrepreneurship. However, while smart decision making helps professionals in leadership roles to create and capture economic value, it does not equip them to deal with the complexities of modern business.
In order to overcome these drawbacks and evolve into wise decision-makers, business leaders need to first learn the art of self-assessment. According to the experts from thethis single change can help the top professionals to address modern business challenges in a holistic manner and also turn them into great leaders. Thankfully, there is something that business leaders can do to make their life somewhat easier while also making a positive contribution towards building a more sustainable and legitimate business organization.
The fact, that a majority of these professionals are not trusted to deliver the desired results despite their best efforts, further complicates things.
Thankfully, there is something that business leaders can do to make their life somewhat easier while also making a positive contribution towards building a more sustainable and legitimate business organization.
On the other hand, wise decision making helps professionals to become well-prepared to handle modern business challenges in a comprehensive manner besides creating and capturing economic value for the company.