How to improve decision making? Reserve one chair for the Devil’s Advocate

We make too many decisions at the eleventh hour. The urgency and the pressure to decide quite often lead to incorrect decisions. When we look back at our decisions, we find out that some arguments were never made. Some doubts were never discussed. Volunteer to be the Devil in the next meeting and improve decision making.

How do you evaluate risk when making a decision?

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Decision making is an integral part of our daily routine. Some are easy, non-critical and we do not have to worry about consequences. Then there are critical decisions that may have far reaching consequences. Understanding of what could go wrong will facilitate informed decision making. Download this free template to evaluate risk when making a decision.