Common Mistakes in Decision Making

Common Mistakes in Decision Making

Common Mistakes in Decision Making Making prompt and good decisions is a skill that is necessary for every walk of life: from corporate leadership to research and analysis.  Some people call decision making a science; others hail it as an art. However you look at it, there are some common mistakes that people often make. Liz Copeland of www.lizcopeland.co.uk reveals what they might be, and how to avoid them. Fake Foresight …or thinking...

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5 ways to spot if you are Suffering from Empty Achiever Syndrome

5 ways to spot if you are Suffering from Empty Achiever Syndrome

5 ways to Spot if you’re Suffering from Empty Achiever Syndrome 2015 seems to be the year of elections: a time when whole nations are forced to reconsider what’s most important to them and act accordingly. Unlike countries that have this opportunity to change direction built into their constitution, people can and often do chug along in the same direction for years, even if on one level they know that this is not how they want to be living it...

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How to Get the Support of Others When You’re Making Big Changes

How to Get the Support of Others When You’re Making Big Changes

How to Get the Support of Others When You’re Making Big Changes Making that decision to change isn’t the end of it:  bringing those who are close along with it can be a challenge, especially if they are feeling hostile or unnerved.  We’ve possibly all experienced those moments when we announce a decision to adopt a major change, and then been disappointed by the reaction of those around us. What’s worse is that their negativity can then bounce...

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