The question is how do you know you are making the best decisions for you and your business, company, team and customers?
It’s a falsity to think that making quick decisions under pressure is the sign of a great leader.
On the contrary, the decisions we make while in crisis mode are often triggered by fear instead of sound strategy. A REACTION instead of a … response.
Stepping back and pausing under pressure a great way to ensure your decisions are sound. So how do you pause when pressure is pushing you to make decisions now?
Here is a real case study to put it all into perspective and 5 “Pause Practices” To Help Ensure Decisions & Values Align:
Tom, a retired-CEO-now-reinvented-entrepreneur involved in a potentially highly lucrative business deal with two other partners, begins his coaching session this way: Click here to read the rest over at ManagingAmericans.com[social_sharing style=”style-7″ fb_like_url=”http://sustainable-leaders.com/leading-through-crisis” fb_color=”light” fb_lang=”en_US” fb_text=”recommend” fb_button_text=”Share” tw_text=”Check out this post!” tw_lang=”en” tw_url=”http://sustainable-leaders.com/leading-through-crisis” tw_button_text=”Share” g_url=”http://sustainable-leaders.com/leading-through-crisis” g_lang=”en-GB” g_button_text=”Share” linkedin_url=”http://sustainable-leaders.com/leading-through-crisis” linkedin_lang=”en_US” alignment=”center”]
Christina Haxton is the Chief Potential Officer & Founder of The Center for Sustainable Strategies, a business strategy & executive advisory company, assisting technology and life science entrepreneurs, business owners & CEOs to build a strong, purpose-driven company, achieve sustainable growth & avoid burnout. Contact Christina at (970) 387-8935 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about speaking, training, coaching and consulting solutions for yourself or your company.