Exploring Soft Skills further: Making Decisions

Decisions, decisions, decisions, they come in all facets of our day-to-day job duties. Some decisions carry more weight of responsibility than others. Your daily decisions can be as minor as which pens or pads to use or as demanding as how to reprimand an employee you supervise. At times, a decision can feel overwhelming depending on the other activities in motion at both work and in your personal life.

Today we are providing you two links. One is the decision making process broken down extensively to assist you in deciphering what is the decision needing to be made, who is responsible for the decision and how to determine the best direction of your decision. The other is on how to prioritize to your time and tasks. Effective skill in prioritizing and decision making can make you a valuable asset to your employer. One skill can affect the other. Focusing on the depth of these articles and the processes involved, can enable you to make decisions and prioritize more effectively and make the art of decisions a natural part of your daily routine, eliminating most of the stress involved.



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