Assess and sharpen the ability to make consistently good decisions
This self-assessment and workbook explores behaviour when making decisions either individually or with others. For example — basing personal decisions on logic, reason, cause and effect — or values, emotions and concern for people? Standing firm on decisions considered good — or are willing to reconsider parts of the decision if this moves things forward?
Many professionals have problems making decisions. That’s because few people have had the opportunity to assess their ability and build their skills in this area. By completing this profile, the respondent will gain an objective evaluation of strengths and weaknesses and gain the self-knowledge that is critical to making the right decisions.
The profile focuses on five behaviour areas:
• The criteria used to make and understand a decision
• The standards followed when working with others to make a decision
• The way in which differences of opinions are dealt with when making decisions with others
• Behaviour after a decision has been made in a group
• Personal behaviour after a decision has been finalised.
To complete the assessment, simply read the 25 questions and record the answers on the score sheet. The results are then interpreted in easy-to-understand language and meaningful terms. The workbook concludes with practical 'what to do next' steps.