Mindful Decision Making

Mindfulness in decision-making means being intentional in assessing a problem, generating actions and implementing decisions using clear judgment.

Through intentional awareness, mindfulness increases the probability of success as well as learning through experience.

Flawed decisions are rooted in judgment errors. This discussion will review common “short cuts” to decision-making including unconscious bias. Methods to identify, encourage and challenge leadership toward unbiased decisions are central to this segment.

In a hurried work world, we are often expected to make quick and efficient “smart” decisions then are held accountable to the ones that work and those that don’t. For long-term reduction in decision errors, it’s time to focus on mindfulness. Join me in this talk.