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  • Emotions and Decision Making  By : Jason Kerchner
    Emotions and decision making should be kept separate, if you desire to make the best possible decisions.
  • Could This One Thing Stop You From Being Successful  By : Rashid Kotwal
    People are complex.

    We all have our own values and beliefs - some of which serve us and some of which don't. We all have a voice inside our heads - which can for some of us be wonderfully soothing and encouraging, and for others the voice of dread.
  • Hiring the Best - Interviewing Strategies that WORK!  By : Terence Traut
    Hiring continues to be key to a company’s success. Hiring the right staff – with the skills AND characteristics required for success – requires behavioral event interviewing. This article provides insights into effective interviewing and hiring.
  • How To Choose Your Response - The 24 Hour Rule  By : Andrew Cox
    How often have you made a snap decision and lived to regret the outcome? Read on to acquire a behavior tool that can help you improve your decision making skill by choosing your response to any situation.
  • How to Hire the Best Employees for Your Business  By : Josh Stone
    When you create a business, most likely, you'll need to hire employees. And when you hire employees, you really are taking a chance and placing your idea in the hands of another person.
  • Delay Is Almost Always Costly: Act Now to Profit More!  By : Donald Mitchell
    Procrastinators falsely believe that delay is seldom a disadvantage. The opposite is true . . . you often die by inches because of delays. This article looks at how to be rational about deciding when immediate action makes more sense than further study, thought, and delay.
  • Are You a Hedgehog or a Fox? Why Simple is Better  By : Mary Eule Scarborough
    Are we all so overworked and used to multi-tasking that we've lost focus on what's really important? Do we over complicate the simplest tasks? If so, we should all learn from the hedgehog.
  • How to make better decisions  By : Phil Dourado
    Paul Van Riper, a retired Marine Lieutenant General, is famous in military circles for out-thinking and beating the Pentagon’s battlefield decision support system during war game exercises. He once tried an experiment to test his theory that there were better ways to make decisions than the military’s top-down approach. In this article, Phil Dourado explores Van Riper's findings and offers key advice on how to improve your decision-making
  • Hiring Employees the Right Way  By : Josh Stone
    From the largest business to the smallest business, there is almost always a need to hire some employees to assist in ensuring the business runs as smoothly as possible. This means making some good and informed hiring decisions.
  • The Importance of Good Feedback  By : Tyler Greyfield
    Just as pilots wouldn't fly airplanes without the feedback of their instruments, business owners should not fly blind without good information when making important decisions. This article shows how to collect data through surveys and what to look for when coming up with a small, medium, or enterprise level feedback management solution.
  • Is Employee Turnover Killing Your Business?  By : Joseph Skursky
    The high cost of employee turnover is a disease that can ruin an organization. Much like undetected cancer in an overtly healthy-looking person, it destroys from within. There are a number of reasons for this symptom, but for today we’ll tackle the hiring process.
  • Decision Making and the Law of Attraction  By : Kathleen Dedon
    Successful people know the power of being able to make decisions. Actions produce results, but the first step is making the decision to act.
  • The Seasoned Executive's Decision - Making Style  By : Melih Oztalay
    New Research shows that senior managers analyze and act on problems far differently than their more junior colleagues do. Those whose thinking does not evolve may not advance.
  • Success - Reacting Slowly and Deliberately  By : Mark - Leadership501
    Success is greatly dependent upon knowing how to act in various situations. By carefully responding to situations you can increase your skills as a leader and manager.
  • Yes and No - Effective Decision Making  By : Martin Haworth
    Every decision we make, in business, in life in general, is bounded by just two options. Like an on-off switch, we make one or the other - there are no variances to this. Because it's as simple as Yes or No - and so often we get it wrong...
  • Decision Making Processes - Doing the Best You Can  By : Martin Haworth
    Ever been frustrated by someone who made a decision that seemed to be the wrong decision?

    You need to know the consequences of handling this badly...
  • How A Decision Can Save Your Life  By : Saleem Rana
    Mr. Galen Litchfield, the manager of Asia Life Insurance, was in Shanghai when Japanese troops invaded. This was in 1942, after the invasion of Pearl Harbor. His ability to make sound decisions saved his life. You, too, can learn to be decisive and get better results in your life.
  • How To Make Good Decisions  By : Saleem Rana
    The failure to arrive at a decision causes a person to go round and round and round in maddening circles. The person ponders over the same information over and over. It is this failure to grasp a problem that creates nervous breakdowns. Once a decision is made, a clear, definite course of action opens up.

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