Decision Making

Decision Making & Negotiation Skills

Problem-solving and decision-making are important skills for business and life.  Problem-solving often involves decision-making. Decision-making is especially important for management and leadership.

Decision-making comes more naturally to certain people.  These people should focus more on improving the quality of their decisions.  People that are less natural decision-makers are often able to make quality assessments. But they need to be more decisive in acting upon the assessments made. Good decision-making requires a mixture of skills: Creative development & identification of options; Clarity of judgment Firmness of decision; and Effective implementation.

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    Decision Making in a broader term may include conflict and confusion as precursors

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