Using Gut Alone

As a leader how often do you rely on your gut? Managers and leaders have to make high level decisions every day, and sometimes we rely on our gut to make these decisions.

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While making decisions with less-than-perfect information and relying on gut is often required, it is when we rely solely on our gut that it can let us down.

There are certain decisions that need data in order to make the right call. Making certain decisions without data can be disastrous.

I’m keen to know, what has been your best gut decision? And what has been the best decision you made from data?



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