The Role Of Decision-Making In BOSASA

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Decision-making is not only for a privileged few! We are all decision-makers. Various internet sources estimate that an adult makes about 35,000 remotely conscious decisions each day. As your level of responsibility increases, so does the variety of choices you are faced with. Every choice we make carries certain consequences. The ability to choose is a valuable gift that we have been entrusted with by GOD and for which we have an obligation to steward wisely. DECISION-MAKING IN BOSASA The corporate landscape has changed exponentially and speed, agility and responsiveness to daily demands by our clients and society necessitates that decision-making takes place by all team members. As BOSASA we encourage our team members to “think on your feet”…show more content…
In this week’s blog we will take a look at three steps that could assist you to become an active decision-maker in your demanding, high-performance team. It is not daunting, it is empowering! © Copyright 2016 (Gavin Watson). All Rights Reserved. 1. Teach decision-making. Few people are really trained in how to do it well. It is a matter of trial and error and the willingness to learn from mistakes and successes. A mature team will accept that there are many individual shortcomings and limitations which will inhibit our individual ability to assess risk in certain decision-making scenarios. This is where the strengths and weaknesses of every team member should be clear. We must encourage our team members to develop their ability by learning core skills (such as evaluating the decision and the correct process to be followed), then practicing, stumbling, learning from mistakes and successes, and eventually by teaching others. 2. Be clear on and communicate the decision process. There are many ways to make a decision depending on what needs to be decided: - you can make a unilateral

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