It\'s an extract from Dick Lyles’s book "4 SECRETS OF WINNING WAYS" emphasizing on how to deal with your people to get their best behaviour in favour of management, organisation and
It\'s an extract from Dick Lyles’s book "4 SECRETS OF WINNING WAYS" emphasizing on how to deal with your people to get their best behaviour in favour of management, organisation and themselves.
Most decisions are multi-valued, depending upon the situation.
Almost every situation can be analyzed properly if viewed from a variety of perspectives.
In avoiding two-valued thinking traps , be careful of the following:
Avoid Analysis Paralysis . don't bring so many variables into play that you can’t reach a conclusion.
Avoid Indecisiveness . Looking at multiple variables isn’t an excuse to avoid being decisive.
Remember that some decisions are two-valued . When choosing whether or not to act according to your personal ethics or the values of the organisation, more often than not these are decisions between right and wrong.
Influence for the Future, rather than the present or the past. 4
Develop a common vision with your colleagues.
Ensure all your efforts are aligned with a common sense of purpose and clear goals for your efforts.
Ignoring present realities . Everything you focus on for the future should be grounded in reality and take into account your current capabilities as well as limitations.
Ignoring the lessons of the past . Experience can be the best teacher of all if we learn the right lessons from our experience. The key is to learn what we can and then apply what we’ve learned to our future success.