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The six elements of good judgement

If you want to be a good leader, you need good judgement. Here are six ways to improve your decision-making skills.

When a decision must be made, people turn to the CEO for good judgement. This ability to combine personal qualities with knowledge and experience to form opinions and make decisions is at the core of good leadership.

Writing for Harvard Business Review, Sir Andrew Likierman sets out six elements of good judgement – learning, trust, experience, detachment, options and delivery.

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Source Article: The Elements Of Good judgement
Author(s): Sir Andrew Likierman
Publisher: Harvard Business Review