It is important to take time out and analyze the situation and look forward to resolving an issue.
One of the most common characteristics of humans is self-doubt. However, on few occasions when a decision hangs by the thread which could impact your day-to-day activities, we think about our decision making process a lot with regards to its repercussions.
Pause for a while and take a back seat from all the clutter around you and carefully think about a situation, you will find a solution to it.
It is very important to approach any decision statistically and arithmetically rather than gut feeling alone.
When you make a decision, it is not necessary that another person will agree with it. Therefore, it is crucial to explore all angles and viewpoints before making a decision.
How you take inputs from people and then make it a decision or law is up to you, and it’s equally vital to let people know their inputs matter a lot in making a decision.
Many a times we think that all the information available to us is of relevance and reliable.
However, this arrogance traps us in making wrong decisions. Therefore, it is crucial to rely on more than simple gut feeling.
A good leader and manager are well aware of consequences of both success and failure. Therefore, make sure to accept it and set the expectations for the team as well.
You should always be prepared for a worst-case scenario and employ a back-up plan when you think it fit.
Irrespective of the consequences, you and your team need to move on.
If the decision taken did not turn out as expected, accept it and work on the backup plan or do something to get the motivation and zeal back in the team.
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