Deciders are consequent and persistent.
Deciders are also responsible people and here´s the tricky down-side of it: deciders need to concentrate primarily on their business and secondary on the team. The world is permanently changing, chasing one challenge after the other, forcing our tendency to control at the limit of our ability for change.
Our habit for control affects the action level for change – both are counterparts, both should “run” on a 50:50 basis in balance. The global market, new services and products, the present future trend – everything is in transition these days. We can´t control the market mix but we can follow the change and stick our flag onto our chosen “land”, our niche.
(4) Think independent although decisions effect your team
As a decider you have to concentrate on the market. The market delivers the results, the market rules your company and your decisions have to be in alignment with what the market asks for. Your team will automatically grow with your growing expertise and it will change once changes rule the future again.
Keep your thoughts independent from your team structure. Be open with your team about news and changes, give insights and discuss bigger challenges. Never create internal chaos by withholding important information. Information always has to flow like money has to keep on circling.
Be honest & open! Be persistent! Be consequent!
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –