Life would be a lot easier if we just knew how to make good decisions, but research shows we all make a lot of bad ones.
Improved success in your firm requires better decision-making processes.
The chances are your natural decision-making process is not something you have given too much thought to… however, the chances are you have done alright so far…
But you want better than alright? And if you want your firm’s results to improve beyond ‘alright’ then it’s a good idea to improve the quality of your decision-making processes.
So, what’s preventing you from making winning decisions in your firm?
There are 4 hazards you must avoid if you want to make great decisions:
- being too narrow
- being too biased
- being too emotional
- being too confident
In their book ‘Decisive – How To Make Better Decisions’, Chip and Dan Heath call these 4 hazards ‘the four villains’ of flawed decision-making.
Click here to learn how to overcome these hazards by using a 4-part sense check and start making great decisions in your accountancy firm.