Considering how people respond to change and considering their emotional needs ahead of time can help you better manage resistance to change.
To avoid making bad decisions, it is important to understand the nuances of process that’s behind some of your decisions and asking the right questions.
Everyday you make many decisions that have a deep impact on your personal or professional life. Most of the times, we tend to make decisions by not knowing what really motivates us towards a particular decision as we focus our attention on what’s important. However, knowing what really drives our decisions is important for an…
As much as we like to think we are rational beings with sound judgment and being reasonable, very often we make irrational choices and poor decisions because of various biases that are hard-wired into our subconscious.
Failing to recognise such errors leads to fault reasoning and distorted judgments and ultimately affect our work performance, personal or professional relationships.
No matter what role you play in your organisation/workplace or a team, thinking strategically helps you make better decisions as it enables you to align your thoughts with your actions.
By incorporating strategic thinking into your everyday working life routines, you will be more skilled at anticipating, preparing and making most of an opportunity.
How often do you fail to judge your own capacity to risk and what comfort zones are limiting you?
Rethink your risk-taking capability.
Know your pros and cons
“Leading is all about managing your mindset.” Your mindset not only influences how you think and interpret situations but also your emotional reactions, decisions and actions during adversity.
When change is forced upon us unexpectedly, it can be quite challenging and uncomfortable to deal with unless we learn ways to deal with it effectively. Here is how to make positive choices amidst an unexpected change
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.
We all make different decisions every single day either big or small. Most of the decisions made on a daily basis are relatively inconsequential or small and are made without us paying much attention to them. Whereas making some of the big decisions like career related choices or work/business related matters can be tough and…