Habit 1 of highly effective decision makers: get the basics right

Habit 1: get the basics right
The first habit in the series: The 7 habits of highly effective decision makers

Following the introductory slide show, we are pleased to present the next in the series of the 7 habits of highly effective decision makers – habit 1: get the basics right.

The document briefly looks at research showing where organisations sometimes get the basics wrong in decision making. It then goes on to discuss what highly effective decision makers do to steer clear of these pitfalls, by asking (and answering) 6 key questions. Finally the slide show considers ways in which the reader may immediately apply some of these ideas to their own organisation.

We hope you both enjoy, and find value, in the presentation. To download a free copy of the slideshow, click on the link below which will take you to the appropriate web-page.

Habit 1 Get the basics right (the 7 habits of highly effective decision makers)

Or if you prefer: view on slide-share at: The First Habit

We are available to make this presentation to members of your organisation where we will elaborate on the slide show with further details and examples. We would also be delighted to help you implement some of the action ideas suggested at the end of the slide show. Contact Simon Gifford at sgifford@genesis-esp.com to make arrangements .

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One Response to Habit 1 of highly effective decision makers: get the basics right

  1. Violet says:

    Thanks Simon for sharing this…it is very interesting and i picked a reason..

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