Take advantage of group input when making decisions without slowing down.
There are a lot of dangers on the path to a high-quality decision. If you aren’t careful, one of these traps is certain to lead to a poor decision.
Have you ever led a meeting when it seemed the group kept running away from a decision? As the leader, it is your job to help the team recognize and make the decision. Here are five strategies for helping you do so.
Exceptional teams carefully prepare before making a decision. Their preparation work includes deciding how to decide.
There are dozens of characteristics that define exceptional teams. You want your team to succeed, right? Then your job is to do what you can to make sure your group has its house in order. You likely already know many of the team effectiveness characteristics that are on the list: Purpose Goals Processes Roles Responsibilities Resources […]