8 Ways To End Indecision Decisively

In this increasingly do-more-with-less business world, we can’t afford to let our employees be more or less checked out. And yet an astonishing 70% are just that, disengaged at work, according to Gallup polls. It’s almost impossible not to disengage when toiling in the paralysis of indecision. It’s hard to imagine anything more meaning and motivation-draining, more bereft of a sense of significance, or anything simply more frustrating. … Read More»

Intelligent Autonomy: Give Employees the Autonomy they Crave

What do President Obama and heavy metal guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen have in common? They both wear essentially the same thing every day so they can save their brain power for bigger, more important decisions. Constantly making decisions can strain a decision maker–so the opportunity to share the decision-making space can be quite appealing. And if […] Read moreRead More»

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