As you have noticed, this short series was about the 1. Level which you must reach to become a decider, and I mean in general.
There are many people who are i.e. employees who learned to follow passively the leadership and rules of a company. They are allowed to take some decisions in the narrow frame work of their job. And it might be YOU! You and the other people move on Level 1.
There are people who undergo change in life or in their jobs. After some leadership trainings they have attended for some months they might take the promotion now, like a new job as a team leader or even the start of a family and now they need to be a leader, daily. They start taking care of decisions and will actively decide more and more each day. They officially became a decider which is from now on relevant to their lives or to the company and their new team. Is it YOU? You and the other people move on Level 2.
There are also people who already lead actively and who take decisions since quite a while. But by now they´ve figured out that they always decide in the same way and sometimes it won´t fit to their differently appearing decision tasks. They start questioning their results when it comes to new decisions. They look for new tools or processes to follow. YOU might look right now for new processes and ideas! You and the other people move on Level 3.
Therefore, I am currently working on 3 different trainings because there are 3 Levels we all go through on the landscape of decision making:
1. Level = you become a decider
Currently: external commutation – but you think of getting out of the negative area of passive action with no self-leadership elements. There will be change ahead!
2. Level = you are a decider now
Currently: you just stepped out of external commutation and you actively take over the role of a self-leader and/or leader of a team. You follow your own decisions and/or the rules of a company from now on, with all consequences.
3. Level = you are a decider already (for years) and you want to improve your decision making ability
Currently: you face new challenges and you think that your decision ability needs an up-date!
In whatever Level you are stuck, you want to up-grade yourself to improve your decision making ability! Is that YOU? Am I talking to you?
I want to avoid splitting this theme so I hope I talk to three different readers today. As you can guess by now, the next series will be for Level 2 people. It´s the ones who move on the zero line or say “on the surface” and who are eagerly willing to enter the broad field of the decider!
Make sure to return to the next posts when I write or “speak” to all Level 2 people –
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –