Decision Making Skills and Skils Appraisal

Written by Drew. Posted in Decision Making Skills.

Decision Making is a key leadership skill.  This appraisal has been designed to help you determine how you can improve your Decision Making skills.  You can also use it to measure how well you make decisions in the work place. Or use it to appraise the decision making skills of members of your team. The appraisal includes practical common sense tips on how to improve your decision making skills.

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Decision Making Skills and Skills Appraisal

Decision making is a task required of all managers and supervisors. Employees look towards their managers and supervisors to take responsibility by making appropriate decisions. The quality of a manager’s decisions often determines their success as a leader. The Ready Made Tips below will help you to become a better decision maker:

  1. Thoroughly and critically research issues befire making a decision.  Don't get bogged down in researching your problem or you will add to your list of unfinished business.  Refer to existing policies where possible.
  2. Seek the advice of other people before making a decision.  Decisions that will affect other people must be discussed with.... 

  Decision Making Skills Appraisal
This appraisal has been designed as a self-appraisal of a person’s decision making skills.  However, it can be effectively used to determine the decision making skills of other supervisors or managers and identify areas for improvement.  Listed below are key decision making skills attributes.  Read each attribute carefully and rate yourself on how well you carry out that attribute every day.  Be honest with yourself.  If you have difficulty with scoring some of the attributes, ask for feedback from your colleagues, or other members of the management team, or members of your own team....

Key Performance Indicator 1    2    3    4    5   
1. I make on the spot decisions when required.
         
2. I evaluate opportunities critically before reacting.
         
3. I base my decisions on facts not subjective judgements.                   
         
4. I accept responsibility for my decisions.
         
5. I communicate my decisions to my people.
         

 


 

 

 

 

 BUY this article NOW to use all the items on this practical appraisal to measure the effectiveness of your Decision Making Skills and those of your staff, and get the bonus, in-depth Ready Made Tips as a guide to improving your Decision Making Skills.

 

17/02/2013 13:36