Make High-Value Decisions

 

Kory Kogon said, "High-impact leaders consciously, intentionally, and methodically make high-value decisions in the midst of unlimited choices."

Identify  your teams most crucial priorities, screen your organizational goals to guide your decision making, be intentional, and when conflict or uncertainties arise, reconnect to your priorities.


Leading a team requires a different skillset than working as an individual contributor. To succeed in the face of new challenges, first-level leaders need to shift how they think and act. Download our latest guide and develop your people into a high-performing team. 

 

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