Make Great & Accurate Decisions Easy
We make around 8,500 decisions a day in our work and personal environment. Each being an almost automated response. The decisions range from the immediate, as in which route to take to work to avoid traffic congestion to the strategic long term. All have an effect on ourselves and those around us. Statistics show a startling 75% could be better and more accurate decisions.
Improving our decision making to become consistently great and accurate, strengthens our resilience and increases mental well-being within the work and personal environment.
Find out more about ‘the work I do’ to help you and organisations benefit from making great and accurate decisions.
‘Most discussions of decision making assume that only senior executives make decisions. This is a dangerous mistake.’ ~ Peter Drucker
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Make Great Decisions
Great decisions will positively influence and change the way we work. Neuroscience research suggests people have their fair share of poor or regrettable decisions, generally from competitive threat, uncertainty, fear or unconscious bias. Making great decisions is a skill set, like any other, that needs to be developed. Risk Intelligence is about making great decisions.
Make Accurate Decisions
In our world, where volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) conditions and situations have taken hold we have become overloaded with data and choice. The overload magnifies poor choices that ultimately lead to bad decisions. And in some cases, the poor choices compound bad decision upon bad decision. Making an accurate decision improves resilience.
It's not Instinct
We have all used instinct for decision making and consider it sound and perceptive. The reality is instinct is ruled by emotions and contradictory evidence making it easy to manipulate. Operating on instinct will mean we eventually fall prey to an act of oversight, misunderstanding, impulsivity or some other negative influencing factor. Instinct is not insight.