Decision Making is one important thing.
If we practise it again and again, over and over, we are on our way to a great deal of self-leaderhip.
Lets look at this example: A self chosen mentor might be guiding you. Fact is, you will follow his path made of his decisions. You are led by someone else. It might be safe and comfortable for a while. But if you plan to lead yourself and walk your own path then you have to be a great decision maker. Doesn´t mean you win everything and walk on soft clouds, but decision making builds confidence. No mentor can led you to this kind of relevant confidence. You can.
Great SELF-LEADERSHIP is defined by the following 6 secret quality steps:
- Researching and getting most of the information to cut uncertainties to zero
- Know your risk profile (will vary over time)
- Be excellent in evaluating your desirability strength
- Think independent although decisions effect a whole group of yours
- Your Decision Making Process
- Reach 100% of your goal setting
Yes, you might have noticed now that this is a new series of 6 posts about self leadership and how to perform it best. It´s always about quality! Quality builds trust and trust is our only survivor element…….
1) Research your info and cut the uncertainties down to zero – if possible –
Information is the basics for all our decisions we will make and those we won´t. We can get info from the past, out of other branches, from different businesses but never is it promising to work for our future. Fact is, the more we know the better, faster and stronger we will decide. Better, faster and stronger means: we stay with the consequences and walk the complete road up to our goal.
Since we live in an information driven technology our topic-research is way easier and works way faster than in the old century. It takes less time to generate information. It might be trickier to get the relevant info out of the ww.net and not fall for info-traps. It´s getting more complex and we get more complex info so the only trap we shouldn´t fall in is to connect with too many fields before deciding.
More important is how you keep your information available, available for you and for the involved people of your biz. Keep a “decision-file” for each project. List the info in this file in an analytical way (create more files) to keep the connections and to track it. Here´s a short example for you:
- city (project “X”)
- house (relevant location/contact)
- room (contact/last result, current status of “Y”)
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –