Decision Making under pressure
A highly experienced consultative leader with complete integrity.
- It’s always about the outcome – if what you’re doing isn’t delivering the plan you haven’t got a plan.
- Set very clear objectives, describe the plan then delegate responsibility for delivery
- Review every ten minutes to allow for Recognition-Primed Decision-Making – revisit task, objective, plan, delivery.
- Logical well-understood processes use minimal cognitive bandwidth.
- Command position – good heightened situational awareness of what’s going on with contemporaneous logging.
- Senior officers are much more vulnerable as it’s lonely.