One of the key skills managers get hired for is their decision making ability. Considering how many of key business parameters are driven by how effective our decisions are, it is definite a topic getting into the details of. We begin with a question on the paradox of choice: as a manager are you a satisficer or a maximizer?
In recent times, my Facebook timeline was flooded with one career quiz question: What career should you actually have? All of us were solving for the quiz and increasingly getting different career options as a result- something we shared with our friends and encouraged them to follow suit. Of course the sharing was more common, if we liked what we got as a career result. As a professional in my 30s, ‘what career should you actually have’ reeks of an allegation.