#3. Thinking you know when you don’t:

You make up your mind quickly and feel like you know something. The act of deciding doesn’t increase your IQ.

You’re just as dumb after a decision as you are before.

  1. Search the unknown. “What am I missing?”
  2. Create alternatives. “What else might we try?”
  3. Seek suggestions. “What do you suggest?”
  4. Test assumption. “What do we assume is true?”

What can you add to the list of blunders leaders make?

What are some best practices for overcoming blunders leaders make?

By Dan Rockwell