Judgement — the ability to combine personal qualities with relevant knowledge and experience to form opinions and make decisions — is “the core of exemplary leadership”.
However, success is not always a reliable proxy of good judgement, so how do you evaluate when you’ve made the right decisions?
This SmartCompany Plus piece explains why examining learning, trust, experience, detachment, options and delivery gives you a much stronger base to improve your decision making. By focusing on specific areas, you can improve each one of them by taking individual steps and growing as a whole.
- How to review your past decisions, evaluating your assumptions and analogies;
- How to understand, clarify, and accept different viewpoints; and
- Why you should always question the solution set offered.