How you make tough choices often shapes your workplace decision-making culture. Blindly following your perception of what’s right or wrong can lead to poor or faulty decision-making and sometimes to decision avoidance.
Feedback need not be always intimidating, negative, demoralising or disheartening. When done in the right way and with right intention, it paves way for personal improvement, problem-solving and change. Here is how to give corrective feedback.
Are you stuck with your conflicting attitudes and beliefs? Conflicting cognition can be mentally exhausting and anxiety-inducing which most of us tend to ignore. Resolving it creates clarity in our decision-making.
How often do you make decisions based on fear that make you go down the slow, comfortable road that stunts your progress where you can’t make changes for growth and improvement.
Some strategies to avoid fear-based decisions.
Are your inadequate thinking habits the reason for your inability to put things right or solve certain difficult problems or situations? What is your preferred way of thinking-is it problem-oriented or solution-oriented?