Did you know to make decisions effectively, knowing yourself well forms the foundation?
It’s true. Think about it.
We perceive the world through our personal lenses. We measure those perceptions against our values and then we act. This happens continually and mostly subconsciously all day.
Do you accept my statement above? Do you believe that decisions are really a process from perceptions through values and on to action?
If you do, then to make decisions effectively about business, hiring, projects are guided by this process.
How does this affect our decisions? Business, hiring, project decisions?
If you are struggling with decisions, prioritizing, managing time well, then you have something broken in your process of how you make decisions effectively.
To make decisions effectively means you can…
- Prioritize tasks and focus on most important tasks.
- Manage your time better.
- Say no more often and for the right things and right reasons.
- Focus better.
- Manage people better and hold them accountable credibly.
- Delegate with credibility.
The secret to make decisions effectively.
It’s really quite simple to describe. However, sometimes it can be very hard to get right.
So, for businesses it is crucial to get this right.
Marketing and sales depend on getting your decision making process aligned with your customer’s values and wants.
For professionals and business leaders it is crucial to get this right too.
To be effective in prioritizing, time management, delegation, leading teams, your decision making process must be aligned with your team. Another way to put it is that “the way we do things around here” counts more than individual efforts in the long game. This also known as culture.
Next steps for you.
To make decisions effectively it requires developing the knowledge and the skills.
I help people develop the knowledge and skills, upping their game and reducing their stress. This is what I do.
Contact me today at 503-753-9971 or email at phil@PhilBride.com to talk about your situation.
Take 30 minutes and lets talk (don’t worry it’s free).
Up your game. Make things happen.