Good Judgement

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Good Judgement by Mind Map: Good Judgement

1. Learning

1.1. Traits

1.1.1. provides undivided attention

1.1.2. good question design

1.1.3. quality over quantity

1.1.4. skeptical

1.2. Challenges

1.2.1. unconsciously filter out information

1.2.2. information overload

1.2.3. taking written words at face value

1.3. Improvements

1.3.1. active listening

1.3.2. ask questions

1.3.3. focus on discussions of questions and issues

1.3.4. ensure yardsticks and proxies for data are sound

2. Trust

2.1. Traits

2.1.1. draws on skills and experiences of others

2.1.1.1. check conclusions

2.1.2. seeks diverse perspectives

2.1.3. recognizes own ignorance

2.2. Challenges

2.2.1. employees who do not question leaders

2.2.2. trust between leaders and employees

2.3. Improvements

2.3.1. cultivate sources of trusted advice

2.3.2. reward good judgement

2.3.3. view disagreements as possible solutions

3. Experience

3.1. Traits

3.1.1. utilizes past experiences when making decisions

3.1.2. learns from past experience

3.2. Challenges

3.2.1. make judgements too comfortably

3.2.2. trusting narrowly based experiences

3.3. Improvements

3.3.1. assess self-utilization of past experience to make decisions

3.3.2. work to expand experience

4. Detachment

4.1. Traits

4.1.1. understands and addresses own biases

4.1.2. able to intellectually and emotionally detach

4.1.3. able to resist cognitive biases

4.2. Challenges

4.2.1. various biases affect the choices made

4.3. Improvements

4.3.1. accept and analyze different viewpoints

4.3.2. conduct leadership development programs

4.3.3. be self aware of biases

5. Options

5.1. Traits

5.1.1. looks at the bigger picture for more options

5.1.2. thoroughly explores the solution set

5.2. Challenges

5.2.1. not considering other important options

5.3. Improvements

5.3.1. challenge and clarify poorly presented information

5.3.2. determine stakes in the final decision

5.3.3. consult those you trust

5.3.4. gain clarity on rules and ethical issues

5.3.5. be brave to consider radical options

6. Delivery

6.1. Traits

6.1.1. analyzes and clarifies risks of implementation

6.1.2. anticipates risks of determined course

6.1.3. determines the best candidate to manage risks

6.2. Challenges

6.2.1. wedded to a particular vision

6.2.2. low capability to deliver

6.3. Improvements

6.3.1. ensure matching past experience and context

6.3.2. engage in pre-mortem discussions