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Experience: Make It Relevant but Not Narrow

Experience: Make It Relevant but Not Narrow

Leaders use their experience when making judgment calls. If they have previous experience, leaders can scope out areas to focus their energy and resources. However, if the experience is narrowly based, the familiarity can be dangerous. Leaders may fall into a rut, make judgments out of habit, or be overconfident.

To improve, assess how well you draw on your own experience to make decisions. Go through important judgment calls to identify what went well and what didn't, then share your conclusions with a coach or colleagues who might have a different perspective of the same experience.


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Judgment Is Key To Good Leadership

Judgment Is Key To Good Leadership

Judgment is the ability to combine personal qualities with relevant knowledge and experience to develop opinions and make decisions. Good judgment is vital in the absence of clear-cut, relevant data or an obvious path. Yet it is challenging to move from understanding what judgmen...


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Delivery: Factor in the Feasibility of Execution

You can make all the right strategic choices but lose out if you don’t exercise judgment in how and by whom those choices will be executed. A leader with good judgment anticipates risks after a course has been determined and knows by whom those risks are best managed.


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Qualities of Leaders With Good Judgement

Qualities of Leaders With Good Judgement

  • Leaders with good judgment tend to be good listeners and readers. They know what people mean and can recognise patterns that others do not.
  • They have a breadth of experiences and relationships that enable them to recognize parallels or analogies th...


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Trust: Seek Diversity, Not Validation

Trust: Seek Diversity, Not Validation

When leaders approach a decision, they should draw on the skills and experiences of others as well as their own.

  • CEOs and entrepreneurs should refrain from only bringing people on board who only echo and validate them.
  • Instead, leaders should pursue diverse perspe...


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Options: Question the Solution Set Offered

In making a decision, a leader is often expected to choose between at least two options. Smart leaders look beyond only two options. Other options almost always exist, such as doing nothing, delaying a decision until more information is available, or conducting a time-limited trial.


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Learning: Listen Attentively, Read Critically

Leaders often rush into bad judgments because they are not sufficiently critical of what they hear and read. They filter out what they don't expect or want to hear.

Leaders with good judgment:

  • They give their undivided attention to everyone....


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Detachment: Identify, and Then Challenge, Biases

It's vital to understand and address your own biases. Research shows that leaders often make cognitive biases such as anchoring, confirmation, risk aversion or excessive risk appetite. People with good judgment ensure they have processes in place to keep them aware of biases.

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