HOW TO IMPROVE DECISION MAKING SKILLS

HOW TO IMPROVE DECISION MAKING SKILLS

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With the environment that is too fast to work into, there are many opportunities where you need to take instant decisions. These decisions may be extremely crucial since they can define your fortune and your future, although, we are never programmed like that. Sometimes, you feel proud of the decision you took, and many times, you would like to delete it from the chapter of your life.

For taking such important decisions, you need to get your thinking process right. We bring to you some of the points that will help you in making correct decisions:

1)      Collect more and more data: Collect data on the matter. Brainstorm on the data thoroughly. You may involve other experienced people from your team and can take their opinion. This process will help you in taking a side. The data should be from a trusted source.

2)      Analyze thoroughly and compare: Before taking a decision, analyses the positive and negative effects of the decision you are going to take.  What will happen if your plan succeeds and what will be the benefit to you or your organization? And if your decision fails, what can be the worse outcome that will affect you or your organization.

3)      Do not jump to conclusion easily: There might be many sources that would bring the positive picture of one side but will never tell you how is the grass on the other side. Early conclusions are just a process of understanding one side of the story, it tells that you haven’t read the other side.

4)      Never take any decision with fear: If you have been given the responsibility of taking a decision, you are fully credible for it and you are fit for taking that decision. Deciding something with fear aren’t the sign of confident individual.

5)      See if the Objective is met or not: When you are going to implement the decision, check if it is meeting the objectives and mission of your organization or not.

6)      See if the decision has worked or not: Your job doesn’t end by taking a decision. You need to see if your decision has worked wonder or not.

The more decisions you make, the more you learn and better your decision will be next time when you decide.

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