Four Ways Leaders Damage Engagement During Decision Making

The Power of Decision Making

The process you go through to come to a decision is as important as the decision itself. This is especially true now with the rapid pace information comes in, redefining what quick thinking means, and an era where collaboration, as well as engagement, matters more than before. 

In this Forbes article Craig Wiley, Transcend’s CEO, discusses the mistakes leaders often make in decision processes and the damage that can be done to team engagement.

They include:

  • Three kinds of decision-making processes: Definitive, Collective, and Informed.
  • Common ways executives and CEOs weaken buy-in during the decision-making process, such as false ownership, decision fatigue, and the no team left behind method.

At its core, this article discusses the importance of versatility in how you approach decision-making and how transparency empowers your team. Making a decision is much like a math problem, just because you arrived at the right answer does not mean you solved the problem correctly.

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Craig Wiley

CEO of Transcend

As the CEO and founder of Transcend, I’ve had the privilege of helping to transform thousands of C-Suite leaders and their businesses over the span of two decades. As an executive coaching expert and business strategy thought leader, I’m passionate about driving continual innovation through our proven suite of nine solutions to support the advancement of modern leadership.

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