All you can do is offer suggestions...
Recently, I had a couple of situations occur, where it made me question my leadership abilities and experience. However, as I walked through the situation and became more objective, I learned that my insights, conversation points, and proposals were actually 89% "accurate."
That's not the point though....Being "right or wrong." The point that I came to was that whether or not I was right or wrong, the groups, divisions, or clients in question had a specific view on the situation based only on their experiences. As a conglomerate, these individuals came up with an alternate solution they thought was better than the one being proposed.
So now what? We're stuck with a simple or less that favorable solution (or in some instances...NO solution ). So what do you do?
How to Use Good Judgement to Lead Teams Through Bad Choices
We all want the best for our teams. This requires patience and education, especially if you are an experienced Manager or Executive. It also requires good listening. If you just talk talk talk talk and talk and don't take the time to listen, you can bet your sweet face you're going to be frustrated and angry more often than not. Here are some tips to help you use better judgement when the odds seem like they're not in your favor:
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