120: Navigating Decision-Making with Executives
Ever felt frustrated by an executive decision that you didn’t understand? (I’ve been there, my love!)
Executive decision-making can be difficult to navigate. Whether you’re the executive who is making the decisions, an aspiring executive, or you’re simply working with them - there are ways to improve this process so it works for the entire team (and gets you further in your career)!
In today’s episode, I’m digging into how to better understand what’s driving executive decision-making and the areas to focus on so you can get better at interfacing with them, and even help them make better decisions that work for you!
Ready to improve cooperation, get rid of the confusion and frustration you’re feeling with your executives, and improve your career?
Let’s go to the show!
I dive into:
- What could be driving the executive decision-making in your organization
- My BEST TIPS for improving the decision-making process (whether you’re an executive, or just aiming to uplevel your career)
- How to navigate a boss with a lack of confidence & exit strategy
- The 4 different decision-making styles and how they can help you speak your executive’s language!
- Some actions steps to take if you want to improve your decision-making as an executive
- My BIGGEST mindset tip around executive decision-making
- And more
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- Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode120
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